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FloCon 2012

Date: 9 January-12 January 2012
Location: Sheraton Austin at the Capitol, Austin, USA
Organizer: Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon
Homepage: http://www.flocon.org

FloCon is an open workshop that provides a forum for operational analysts, tool developers and other parties interested in the analysis of large volumes of traffic to showcase the next generation of flow-based analysis techniques. Flow is an abstraction of network traffic in which packets are grouped together by common attributes over time.

This year's conference will focus on flow data analysis within the context of other data sources. Presenters are encouraged to consider how flow is a piece of the puzzle - one data source among several which, together, help you derive a holistic network view.

Understanding today's complex networks requires examining pieces of data from many sources. At Flocon 2012, learn how netflow data helps put the puzzle together. We will discuss the following topics:
  • Data Set Sharing and Integrated Analysis
  • Network Situational Awareness
  • IPv6 Transition and Analysis
  • Malicious Behavior
  • Mathematical Analysis
  • Flow Collection Technology
  • Network Data Visualization
  • Network Inventory
  • Network Operations
  • Education
  • Large-Scale Modeling and Analysis.


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