ISC/CAIDA Data Collaboration Workshop

ISC and CAIDA hosted a Data Collaboration Workshop on Oct 22, 2012 (by invitation only) in Baltimore, MD, co-located with the MAAWG 26th general meeting.

Co-located with the MAAWG 26th general meeting
Date: October 22 (Mon), 2012
Place: Hilton Hotel, Baltimore, MD


The ISC/CAIDA Data Collaboration workshop is a venue for:

  1. Showcasing novel case studies of network and security data analysis and data sharing
  2. Discussing data synthesis techniques and technologies
  3. In-person networking between data providers and recipients in research and operations
  4. SIE data contributors to hear and discuss how their shared data is providing value
  5. Learning how open-source SIE technology can be incorporated into collaborative research data collection and sharing efforts

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Introduction to SIE and NMSG (Concepts, Toolkit, Methods, and Design needed to create your own security data redistribution network)
  • Demos and tutorials on how to implement Passive DNS Replication sensor, darknet sensors, spam sensors
  • Case studies of SIE data and DNSDB usage (research and operational)


Attendees will be asked to submit brief, informal abstracts for presentations, or expressions of interest in moderating a discussion topic or breakout roundtable. Each attendee is expected to actively participate as well as provide input, writing, and/or feedback on the report we'll publish within 6 weeks after the workshop.

Registration for the ISC-CAIDA workshop is closed.

Workshop Agenda

October 22 (Monday)

Place: Hilton Hotel, Baltimore, MD

Additional Content

ISC/CAIDA Data Collaboration Workshop : Talk Abstracts

This page contains names, talk abstracts (if presenting), and topic keywords for workshop participants as they were submitted. Participants are encouraged to read these ahead of time to anticipate workshop discussion.

ISC/CAIDA Data Collaboration Workshop: Participants

This page contains the list of participants of the ISC/CAIDA Data Collaboration Workshop on October 22, 2012.

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