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Apr 4th, 2005
2:45 PM - 3:45 PM
Imperial Room II (lower level)
Mountain Time
Honeynets have proven to be valuable to many universities; however, they can be too time-consuming for many IT security organizations. A self-healing distributed honeynet can maximize the intelligence gathered while limiting the hours spent managing the system. The shared information can be used to track and block malicious hosts and to provide a framework for academic research.
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