Intrusion Detection Honeypots: Detection Through Deception – Chris Sanders – PSW #668
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Intrusion Detection Honeypots are fake services, data, and tokens placed inside the network to lure attackers into interacting with them to give away their presence. If you can control what the attacker sees and thinks, you can control what the attacker does.
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Founder at Applied Network Defense & Rural Technology Fund
Chris Sanders is a security instructor, author, and consultant. He is the founder of Applied Network Defense and the Director of the Rural Technology Fund. He is the author of Applied Network Security Monitoring and Practical Packet Analysis. His research is focused on the intersection of cognitive psychology and security investigations.
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Sr. InfoSec Consultant – Online Business Systems at Online Business Sytems
Security Analyst at Black Hills Information Security
Product Security Research and Analysis Director at Finite State
Director of Offensive Security & Research at Trimarc Security, Founder & CEO at Dark Element