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Introducing Network Scout: Defending the Soft Center of Your Network - Aeadan Somerville/Shawn Jordan AIDE 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Introducing Network Scout: Defending the Soft Center of Your Network
Aeadan Somerville/Shawn Jordan

Abstract: Everyone is watching the edge of their network. We have installed firewalls, IDS, IPS, and other defensive technologies at the network edge. Network-Scout moves these technologies inside your network to monitor for malicious activities that gets by traditional network perimeter defenses. Network-Scout is a distributed IDS, IPS, and Honeypot that is built on a Raspberry Pi using off-the-shelve technologies for under $150 per device.

Bios: Shawn Jordan and Aedan Somerville are seniors at Marshall University. They are currently majoring in Digital Forensics and Information Assurance. Shawn Jordan runs a small home inspection company, leads a small college church group, and is conducting forensic research. Aedan Somerville works part time at a local restaurant and is president of the Marshall CCDC team.
 

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