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Webcast To Assist in Behaviour Analysis of Botnets

Trusted Computer Solutions : 10 March, 2010  (Technical Article)
Trusted Computer Solutions will focus on Botnets during a webcast scheduled for 23rd March to assist attendees in identifying and analysing botnet behaviour
Trusted Computer Solutions (TCS), a developer of cross domain and cyber security solutions, will host a complimentary webcast titled "Identifying Botnet Activity by Analyzing Network Behaviour" taking place on Tuesday, March 23 at 11 am ET. As botnets threaten corporate, civilian and government networks around the globe, there are many conflicting ideas on how to detect and contain them. During the webcast, attendees will learn how Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), in conjunction with Anomaly Detection solutions, will help identify botnets on the network.

Leading the webcast is TCS' Richard Cullingford, a designer and developer for the inference engine deployed in the company's cyber security product CounterStorm. Richard has 20 years of experience in developing innovative applications using artificial intelligence in areas such as network security, transportation logistics, advanced telecommunications and human-centered interfaces to corporate database systems. For the last 10 years, he served as a Professor of Computer Science at Georgia Tech and the University of Connecticut. Richard has a PhD in Computer Science from Yale University.

The webcast will address the following:

* What a Botnet is and the threats posed by them
* The lifecycle of a Botnet
* How to detect a Botnet through network behaviour
* How automated anomaly detection can assist with effective threat identification

Richard Cullingford, Senior Software Engineer, Trusted Computer Solutions will present "Identifying Botnet Activity by Analyzing Network Behaviour" on Tuesday, March 23rd from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon ET.

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