Realtime Change Detection & Automatic Network Response
January 2010 • Presentation
Alex Brugh (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Mike Fisk (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Josh Neil (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Paul Ferrell (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Scott Miller (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Danny Quist (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
In this presentation, the authors describe the use of flow data in change detection and response, including current methods and areas of research.
Software Engineering Institute
This presentation was given at FloCon 2010, which took place in New Orleans, Louisiana, on January 11-14, 2010. FloCon 2010 focused on flow data analysis within the context of other data sources. Presentations emphasized techniques for analyzing flow data, integrating flow data with network data sets, and engineering support for flow analysis and integration. This event also featured a Demonstration Session, where participants were able to discuss work-in-progress by demonstrating live tools or presenting posters that described their tools.