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Monday, January 9 • 7:00am - 8:30am
The Linux Command Line for Network Traffic Analysis

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New to flow analysis and command-line interfaces? Most tools that help you work with flow, such as SiLK, make heavy use of a command-line interface instead of the more familiar point-and-click systems many of us are used to. To harness the full capability of flow analysis, you also need some command-line proficiency. In this early-morning boot camp, Tim will get you up to speed on the command line and set you on your way to taking full advantage of the power it has to offer for flow analysis.

No prior experience is required; however, you will need to bring your own laptop.

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Timothy Shimeall

Senior Network Situational Awareness Analyst, CERT Program at Software Engineering Institute
The only person to make more than ten consecutive appearances at FloCon, Tim is the Senior Network Situational Awareness Analyst of the CERT Program at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). Tim is responsible for developing methods to support decision making in security at and above the enterprise level, including identifying useful data collection. Of particular interest to him are methods that affect defended systems and malicious... Read More →



Monday January 9, 2017 7:00am - 8:30am
Shutters West 7450 Hazard Center Dr.

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