The Honeynet Project Workshop 2017 in Canberra, Australia

Canberra 2017
 
The Honeynet Project Workshop 2017
University of New South Wales
Canberra, Australia
November 15th-17th, 2017
 
https://canberra2017.honeynet.org/
 

Know Your Enemy: Containing Conficker

Our "Know Your Enemy: Containing Conficker" whitepaper was released on March 30th as a PDF only. You can download the full paper from the link below.

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Meet Lukas Rist, our new Chief Research Officer

Back in November, the Honeynet Project announced the appointment of a new Chief Research Officer: Lukas Rist took the role after a long and successful tenure by David Watson. The research office will also be supported by Maximilian Hils and Cornelius Aschermann. Read more »

The Honeynet Project Partners With DigitalOcean To Drive Internet Security Research

DigitalOcean, a leading cloud computing platform, announced its support of The Honeynet Project with donation of Web infrastructure and support services. The partnership will allow The Honeynet Project to continue its mission of ongoing research and education surrounding Internet security and risk prevention. “We’re incredibly grateful to DigitalOcean for their support,” said Faiz Shuja, CEO of The Honeynet Project. Read more »

Interview with our new CEO Andre Ludwig

1. Hello Andre and congratulations on getting the CEO job ! Can you please tell us a bit more about yourself. What is your background for instance ? Read more »

Low Interaction Honeypots Revisited

TL;DR: Low interaction honeypots are designed to emulate vulnerable services and potentially detect attacks without exposing full operating system functionality. Although they have evolved in many ways over the past 15 years, understanding their limitations and sometimes inherent design weaknesses is important when you consider deploying them. Read more »

Interview with Per Thorsheim, PasswordsCon Founder and Organizer, speaker at the Honeynet Workshop 2015

Per Thorsheim is the founder & main organizer of Passwordscon, the worlds first and only conference about passwords and digital authentication. Read more »

Interview with Kai Roer, "Hacking Your Mind" at Honeynet Workshop 2015

Kai Roer is focusing on user awareness, security culture and the study of how our human mind makes us vulnerable and exploitable. He consults with people and organizations on the interpersonal skills that are vital to a successful and trusted secure environment. He is the creator of the Security Culture Framework, a columnist at Help-Net Security and the author of a number of books about cybersecurity and leadership. Read more »

Forensic Challenge 14 – "Weird Python"

Just in time for the Honeynet Workshop in Stavanger, we're happy to announce a new Forensic Challenge! What's more, there are great prizes for the best submissions: Read more »

An interview with Lance Spitzner, founder of The Honeynet Project

Lance Spitzner, founder of the Honeynet Project, is an internationally recognized leader in the field of cyber threat research and security training and awareness. Read more »

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