Alaskan Chapter

Alaskan Chapter Status Report

ORGANIZATION
• Brian Hay (Chapter Lead, Full Member)
• Kara Nance (BoD Member, Full Member)
• Ron Dodge (Full Member)
• Chris Hecker
• Clark Harshbarger
• Matt Bishop
• Wesley McGrew
• Lucas McDaniel

DEPLOYMENTS
• 1 Honeeebox in Alaska
• Purchased multiple other Honeeeboxes available for third party deployments
• Periodic Dionaea deployments in both public and private clouds for student and demonstration use.

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

1. Ongoing development of hypervisor-based honeypot monitoring using virtual machine introspection (VMI) on Xen and KVM platforms.

Alaska Chapter - Status Report 2011-2012

ORGANIZATION
• Brian Hay (Chapter Lead, Full Member)
• Kara Nance (BoD Member, Full Member)
• Chris Hecker
• Clark Harshbarger
• Matt Bishop
• Wesley McGrew
• Lucas McDaniel

DEPLOYMENTS
• 1 Honeeebox in Alaska
• Purchased multiple other Honeeeboxes available for third party deployments
• Periodic Dionaea deployments in both public and private clouds for student and demonstration use.

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

1. Ongoing development of hypervisor-based honeypot monitoring using virtual machine introspection (VMI) on Xen and KVM platforms.

Alaska Chapter - Status Report 2010-2011

ORGANIZATION
1. Members are Brian Hay (chapter lead, full member), Kara Nance (full member), and Chris Hecker.

DEPLOYMENTS
1. One current Honeeebox deployment
2. Recently purchased 15 additional Honeeeboxes for deployment at geographically distributed locations.
3. Periodic Dionaea deployments in both public and private clouds for student and demonstration use.

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

1. Ongoing development of hypervisor-based honeypot monitoring using virtual machine introspection (VMI) on Xen and KVM platforms.
2. Tools for deployment and management of virtual machines

Alaskan Chapter

Alaskan Chapter Status Report For 2008

ORGANIZATION

  1. Brian Hay is now the chapter lead.  Chris Hecker remains involved in the project, but has changed employer in later 2008 and has less time available to lead the Chapter for the first half of 2008.
  2. Brian Hay (VMI, Active honeypot), Chris Hecker (Automating honeynet deployments), Kara Nance (VMI).

DEPLOYMENTS

About The Honeynet Project

The Honeynet Project is a leading international 501c3 non-profit security research organization, dedicated to investigating the latest attacks and developing open source security tools to improve Internet security. With Chapters around the world, our volunteers have contributed to fight against malware (such as Confickr), discovering new attacks and creating security tools used by businesses and government agencies all over the world.

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