FloCon 2023 Assets
Software Engineering Institute
FloCon 2023 was hosted by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and held in Santa Fe, NM on January 9-12, 2023. FloCon centers on improving network security by analyzing a variety of data supported by innovative machine learning, hardware, and network storage.
We now collect enormous amounts of data from our systems. How can we apply the power of scalable analytics to this large-scale data to protect our systems from cyber threats—both internal and external? FloCon 2023’s theme, Situational Awareness: Beyond the Network, focuses on using these analytics to safeguard organizations and networks.
Find presentations and posters from FloCon 2023 below.
DeCypher: Cyber Knowledge Graph Queries Expressed through Natural Language
This session focuses on DeCypher, which represents the first known approach to natural language processing for constructing graph database queries for cyber situational understanding.Learn More
IPFIX and DPI Information in a Big Data Environment
This presentation describes several tools for processing IPFIX flow data with DPI details.Learn More
Practical GAN-based Synthetic IP Header Trace Generation using NetShare
This presentation describes using Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) to automatically learn generative models to generate synthetic packet- and flow header traces for networking tasks.Learn More
Anomaly Detection on Devices DNS Queries Using Deep Learning
This talk describes a lightweight DNS anomaly detection system that employs a deep learning method on DNS traffic to characterize network devices.Learn More
Combating Disinformation in DNS and Beyond
This presentation describes commonly employed evasion strategies that attempt to erode the value of domain name-based indicators of compromise, including domain fronting, domain faking, and residential proxying.Learn More
Detecting DNS Tunneling Using Behavioral and Content Metadata Features
This talk describes new work emphasizing a reduction in false positives when using DNS tunneling to detect and counter.Learn More
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