Internet of Threats: What’s Really Connected to the Net and Why You Care

  • Wednesday, April 22, 2015 | 9:10 AM – 10:00 AM | West | Room: 2002

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Project Sonar is an Internet-wide scanning effort launched in 2013, that has made over 3 terabytes of data available to the public under an open license. This presentation explores the Sonar dataset; showcasing the good, the bad, and the unexpected of network security on the global Internet. Highlights include monocultures, regional threats, bad crypto and why 5 million Germans may have a bad day.


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