IoT Use Cases – Security Solution Based on Passive Monitoring Technologies

November 18, 2020 – 10:45AM EST

Recently, observed cyber-attacks have been often triggered by “malwares” and have been maliciously evolving and sometimes hidden from our monitoring countermeasures (FW, IDS/IPS). For achieving advanced security solution, utilizing passive monitoring technologies should be considered. In this presentation, passive monitoring technologies such as darknet and honeypot/sandbox are explained with practical use-cases to accurately observe and monitor ongoing threats (cyber-attacks). The use-cases may include detection of malware-infected IoT devices by means of darknet and honeypot monitoring. Furthermore, detection of cyber-attacks by passive monitoring can be utilized for cyber security proactive response as practical solutions.

Learning Objective

  • Through this lecture, in addition to the security functions provided by existing security products, we will be able to gain insight into the use of passive monitoring technologies, which can capture attacks globally and realize predictive attack detection.

Koji Nakao

Distinguished Researcher, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)

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Koji Nakao

Distinguished Researcher, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)