Network Security Monitoring: Scalability Challenges

Presented by

Siraj Ahmed Shaikh, Coventry University, Senior Lecturer

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Network Security Monitoring: Scalability Challenges This talk is aimed at professionals and researchers with an interest in network security. It aims to highlight some of the challenges encountered when deploying security monitoring for large scale networks. Some design principles and solutions are discussed to address such challenges. While some in-depth technical coverage is necessary, the talk is designed to be accessible and participants from a range of backgrounds are welcome. Siraj A. Shaikh is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Computing & the Digital Environment, at the Faculty of Engineering and Computing at Coventry University, UK. His research interests include information and network security, and he has published several research papers in this area. He holds a PhD in Computer Security and a MSc in Computer Networks. He is a Chartered Member of the British Computer Society (MBCS CITP), and is also a member of the IFIP TC6 Working Group 6.9 on Communication Systems for Developing Countries. Previously, he has worked for Cranfield University (UK) and the United Nations University (Macau SAR China).

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