NoAH Workshop on Honeypots

This workshop will present the pilot honeypot infrastructure being developed by the NoAH project. It will also outline the techniques being developed for the automatic identification of cyberattacks, and the mechanisms used to distribute this information to firewalls and other containment systems. Honeypots are hosts specifically set-up on a network to appear to offer useful resources, but which have no production value and can therefore be used to lure attackers in order to analyse their methods and behaviour.

Time: Wednesday, May 17 from 11:00 to 12:30 Archived streams are available per presentation.
Location: F
Chair: Kevin Meynell TERENA (NL)

Presentations in this session:

Title Speaker  
Introduction to NoAH: a European Network of Affined Honeypots Evangelos Markatos (FORTH-Foundation for Research & Technology Hellas )
Argos: an Emulator for Capturing Zero-Day Attacks Herbert Bos (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Defending against Polymorphic Attacks: Recent Results and Open Questions Michalis Polychronakis (FORTH)