Monday, 01 July 2019
A free 45 minute presentation that will explore the different Honeypot types including cowrie (SSH), dionaea (Windows) and conpot (SCADA/ICS) and how they are capable of capturing attackers and the tools and modes of operation.
Honeypots can be used to detect attacks and are useful for gathering primary threat intelligence including information on how cyber criminals operate.
This presentation will also include a demonstration of the Modern Honeypot Network (MHN) platform.
Presenter: Professor Craig Valli (Director, Security Research Institute)
Date: Thursday 18 July 2019
Venue: The Joint Cyber Security Centre (JCSC), Level 15, 1 William Street, Perth WA 6000
Networking opportunities and light refreshments provided.
Professor Valli has over 30 years’ experience in the ICT Industry, and regularly consults with industry and government, conducting research on securing networks and critical infrastructures, detection of network borne threats, forensic analysis of cyber security incidents, network security and digital forensics. Presently filling the role of Acting Research Director for the Cyber Security Co-operative Research Centre (CSCRC), Craig is also a member of the High Tech Crime Investigators Association (Australian Chapter), the INTERPOL Cyber Crime Experts Group, AISA, IEEE and a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society. He serves on several cyber security related conference committees and journal editorial boards, and is the founder and current Chair of the Australian Digital Forensics Conference.
Register: Places limited so please register by Monday, 15 July 2019 via Eventbrite
ECU is a recognised Academic Centre of Cyber Security Excellence.
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