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Cybersecurity Applications and Technologies Conference for Homeland Security (CATCH)

The security of the global information infrastructure is becoming more important every day. The DHS Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate invests in projects offering the potential for revolutionary changes in technologies that promote homeland security and accelerate the prototyping and deployment of technologies that reduce homeland vulnerabilities. CATCH is a technical forum for DHS researchers to present their results in several topic areas of cyber security.

The goal of CATCH is information exchange between researchers and information security practitioners across government and the private sector.

This 2-day conference included:

  • Keynote speakers from government and industry
  • 30+ demonstrations of innovative new cyber security technologies
  • Proceedings containing complete research papers and project descriptions

March 3 – 4, 2009, Walter E. Washington Convention Center , Washington, DC

Day 1

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Douglas Maughan, Ph.D.

Program Manager, Cyber Security R&D

Science and Technology Directorate, DHS

WelcomePDF

David Boyd, Ph.D.

Director, Command, Control and Interoperability Division (CID)

Science and Technology Directorate, DHS

DHS S&T WELCOME

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Robert Walsh, BBN Technologies

Eff ective Flow Filtering for Botnet Search

Space Reduction

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Alper Caglayan, Milcord LLCReal-Time Detection of Fast Flux Service NetworksPDF
Owen McCusker, Sonalysts, Inc.A Combined Fusion and Data Mining Framework for the Detection of BotnetsPDF
Sandra Murphy, SPARTA, Inc.

Progress Toward Securing the Routing Infrastructure

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Dan Massey, Colorado State UniversityBGPmon: A real-time, scalable, extensible monitoring systemPDF
Kotikapaludi Sriram, NIST

A Comparative Analysis of BGP Anomaly Detection and Robustness Algorithms

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Day 2

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Pascal Levensohn

Founder & Managing Partner

Levensohn Venture Partners

KEYNOTE ADDRESSPDF
Terry Benzel, USC ISI

Current Developments in DETER Cybersecurity Testbed Technology

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John Heidemann, USC ISIUses and Challenges for Network DatasetsPDF
Roshan K. Thomas, SPARTA, Inc.How to Test DoS DefensesPDF

Jonathan Smith, University of Pennsylvania

PANEL

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Russ Mundy, SPARTA Inc.

DNSSEC in Practice: Using DNSSEC-Tools to Deploy DNSSEC

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Joe Gersch, Secure64 Software Corporation

Deploying DNS Security (DNSSEC) in Large-Scale Operational Environments

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Carrie Gates, CA Labs

FloVis: Flow Visualization System

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