Disaster Protocol ep.13 – Honeypots - August 2010
Interview for the Disaster Protocol security podcast discussing honeypot technologies. Covering attack trends, commonly seen attack vectors and advice for those wanting to get their feet wet in the field of honeypot environments. Had an immense amount of fun talking the the Disaster Protocol guys discussing information security in general, hopefully the discussion will be useful to others either in research or production environments.
Guest Speaker at Northumbria University – November 2009
When asked to return to Northumbria University to provide a short session for students currently studying Computer Forensics and Ethical Hacker degree programmes I couldn’t refuse. The presentation covers some common security incidents and threats experience in the real world, and some of the less common technologies that can be deployed to help improve an organisation’s security posture.
Honeypotting with Nepenthes - May 2009
Following the initial post detailing experience with honeypots and Nepenthes local networking group SuperMondays asked for a short presentation on the topic. The talk covered the basics of honeypot technologies, why you may be interested to run similar systems in your own environment and finally discussed the initial results of the statistics tools developed by InfoSanity, whose release coincided with the presentation. Unfortunately the recording equipment’s battery failed shortly into the talk so the recording only covers the initial two minutes.