CERT


FloCon 2004 Proceedings

The FloCon 2004 Proceedings are in Adobe PDF format.

Analysis


Empirically Based Analysis: The DDoS Case
Michael Collins, CERT® Network Situational Awareness Group: Carnegie Mellon University, Software Engineering Institute

Statistical Methods for Flow Data
Joseph B. Kadane, Carnegie Mellon University: Department of Statistics and the Software Engineering Institute

Detection and Analysis of Scans on Very Large Networks
Marc Kellner and Carrie Gates, CERT/CC: Carnegie Mellon University, Software Engineering Institute

Locality Based Analysis of Network Flows
John McHugh, Carrie Gates, and Damon Becknel, CERT/CC: Carnegie Mellon University, Software Engineering Institute

Analysis of the US-CERT DAC
Josh McNutt, CERT® Network Situational Awareness Group: Carnegie Mellon University, Software Engineering Institute

Network Telescopes: The FloCon Files
David Moore and Colleen Shannon, Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA)

Flow Data Analysis in SWITCH / ETH Zurich - Project DDoSVax
Arno Wagner, Communication Systems Laboratory Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich)

Infrastructure


AirCERT: Building a Framework for Cross- Administrative Domain Data Sharing

NetFlow Data Capturing and Processing at SWITCH and ETH Zurich
Arno Wagner, Communication Systems Laboratory Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich)

Security at Line Speed with NetFlows
William Yurcik, National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA): University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Data Sharing


Data Sharing: Lessons learned by the CERT/CC and the CERT/NetSA groups
Roman Danyliw, CERT® Network Situational Awareness Group: Carnegie Mellon University, Software Engineering Institute

Sharing Intelligence is our Best Defense: Incentives That Work versus Disincentives That Can Be Solved
William Yurcik, National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA): University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The State of Standardization Efforts to support Data Exchange in the Security Domain
Roman Danyliw, CERT® Network Situational Awareness Group: Carnegie Mellon University, Software Engineering Institute

Wish List
Tom Longstaff, CERT® Network Situational Awareness Group: Carnegie Mellon University, Software Engineering Institute

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