This page describes KISMET, a CAIDA project of the NSF Convergence Accelerator program.
KISMET Project Overview
We will create a knowledge network that will improve the security and functioning of three key but inherently vulnerable systems that underpin all activity on the Internet: the addressing, routing, and naming systems. Lack of attention to security in early design decisions, persistent disagreement about the best path to improvement, and lowest-cost operational practices surrounding these three layers have allowed malicious actors to execute and scale harmful misbehavior including interception and disruption of traffic, denial of service and phishing attacks, and distribution and execution of malware.
KISMET architecture: data, people, institutional components
- Workshop on Internet Economics (WIE-KISMET 2019) report, ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review (CCR), Jan 2020.
- Towards an Open Knowledge Network about Properties of the Internet Identifier Systems, NIST, Jan 2020.
- WIE-KISMET 2019 - Workshop on Internet Economics: Knowledge of Internet Structure: Measurement, Epistemology, and Technology
- AIMS-KISMET 2020 - Workshop on Active Internet Measurements: Knowledge of Internet Structure: Measurement, Epistemology, and Technology
This research is supported by NSF grant C-ACCEL OIA-1937165 OKN-KISMET - Open Knowledge Network - Knowledge of Internet Structure: Measurement, Epistemology, and Technology.