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Information Assurance
Workshop 2004


Yu Cai

Introduction


5th Annual IEEE Information Assurance
Workshop


9
-

11 June 2004,


United States Military Academy,

West Point, New York


In conjunction with CISSE: Colloquium for
Information Systems Security Education


About 100 people attending the IAW. 10% from
military.


http://www.itoc.usma.edu/workshop/2004/index.ht
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Tracks


CISSE: IA Program Development


HoneyNets


Intrusion Response and Recovery




Intrusion Detection


Cryptography


Policy and Defensive Measures


Wireless Security and Ad Hoc Networking


Advanced Topics


Forensics

Keynote speakers


Eric Haseltine, Associate Director of Research National
Security Agency (NSA).


Bill Cheswick, from Bell Lab. Founder of the Internet
Mapping Project


frequent
traceroute
-
style path probes, one to each registered
Internet entity.


The net mapping program sends small UDP packets to random
high
-
numbered ports, while varying the packet's time
-
to
-
live
(TTL) field. The TTL is decremented on each hop out. When it
hits zero, the death of the packet is reported back to the sender.


From this, they build a tree showing the paths and topology to
most of the nets on the Internet.


These paths change over time. Data stored in database.


Link to his talk.

Internet Map

Other presentations


Honeyfiles: Deceptive Files for Intrusion Detection


Jim Yuill, Mike Zappe, Dorothy Denning, and Fred
Feer


Simplified Protocol Capture (SIMPCAP)


Michael W. Corley, Michael W. Weir, Kenric Nelson,
and Andrew J. Karam


Measuring IT Security
-

a Method Based on Common
Criteria’s Security Functional Requirements


Amund Hunstad, Jonas Hallberg, and Richard
Andersson


A Biometric Authentication Approach for High Security
Ad Hoc Networks


Qinghan Xiao

My Presentation


Link to my presentation


Link to the paper