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Denial of Service Detection and Mitigation on GENI

Webinar Details

  • Presented by: Xenia Mountrouidou and Blaine Billings from the College of Charleston
  • Date: Friday January 27th, 2017
  • Time: 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. ET

Abstract

The goal of this webinar is to demonstrate how you can use GENI for cybersecurity research and education projects. First we will run a simple TCP SYN flood attack and use Wireshark to visualize the surge of traffic. We will then use an Intrusion Detection System (IDS), snort, and write a simple rule to detect the attack. Finally, we will use SDN flow tables and drop/redirect rules to mitigate the attack. These labs were created for the project "CyberPaths" that aims to introduce cybersecurity education in liberal arts colleges using GENI.

Equipment Needed

  1. Computer with a good Internet connection and a browser (Firefox or Chrome preferred).
  2. Microphone (preferably a headset microphone) or alternatively a telephone.
  3. Webcam: Optional but recommended

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