Presented at ToorCon San Diego 13 (2011)
Oct. 9, 2011, 6 p.m.
This lecture aims to present techniques and technologies for analysis of large security related data for the purpose of reporting and visualization. Security Information Management products are available from many vendors, but their basic goal is to correlate large volumes of data that is otherwise impossible with large amounts of data in manual human time. Through this correlation conclusions and reports can paint a picture of entire scenarios and incidents within large computing environments that generate up to terabytes of security information per day. Shelton and Yamini Sharif will share their experiences and discuss applicability and relevance with the audience.
Tim Shelton is an information security researcher and entrepreneur. He is a world expert on AIX security and has presented at conferences on his research and innovative work on Security Information Management (SIM) technologies.
Paymon Yamini Sharif
Paymon Yamini Sharif is a generalist hacker with an interest in ethics and next generation information warfare technologies. His work attempts to use an interdisciplinary approach from the perspective of a technologist to address socio-hacker and world security issues by drawing from the schools of philosophy, history, and psychology.