Poster on "Visualization of Network Security Policies" presented at this years VizSec Symposium in Chicago

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At the 12th IEEE Symposium on Visualization for Cyber Security (VizSec) on October 24th in Chicago, the Trust@HsH research group presented their poster on Visualization of Network Security Policies.

The poster describes our approach of how to combine sensor data, policy data and evaluation data in one data model (IF-MAP) and how a GUI (built on VisITMeta) can emphasize their relationships among themselves to allow a user to analyse when and why an evaluation was triggered and which sensor data was evaluated by which policy element.

The implementation of these features within irondetect and VisITMeta will be released during the next months.

Poster
Figure 1: Poster (see the full poster as PDF)

Here are some further impressions from Chicago.

State ballroom in the Palmer House Hilton, hosting the VizSec Symposium<
Figure 2: State ballroom in the Palmer House Hilton, hosting the VizSec Symposium
Cloud Gate sculpture on the AT&T Plaza at Millennium Park
Figure 3: Cloud Gate sculpture on the AT&T Plaza at Millennium Park
View to the east at the Chicago river
Figure 4: View to the east at the Chicago river
Elevated tracks at Wabash street with an L train
Figure 5: Elevated tracks at Wabash street with an L train

The VizSec symposium was held in conjunction with IEEE VIS and will return in 2016 in the city of Baltimore.

04 Nov 2015
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