Def Con 919 Presents – February Meeting – Honey DB
ALL levels of experience, skill, and interest are welcome and encouraged to join us. You do not have to be a “hacker” to attend.
Honeypots can be implemented to discover new threat information or detect intruders on a network. However, while there are numerous free honeypots available, many of them can be complicated to deploy or require additional engineering around them to consume log data. Are you curious to learn more about honeypots? Are you interested in deploying your own honeypots on the Internet?
HoneyDB is comprised of a honeypot agent and data collection backend, which makes getting started with honeypots simple. In the HoneyDB honeypot workshop, you will learn about honeypots, configure and deploy a honeydb-agent in the cloud, and use HoneyDB tools to query honeypot data. This workshop is for beginner levels and up.
To get the most out of this session:
- Make sure your system will meet the requirements for the Half Day Workshop here: https://riskdiscovery.com/honeydb/workshops
- Read up on the general concept of how honeypots work.
- Reach out to us through Meetup, Twitter, or Slack for help before the meeting if you have any questions.
- Share the experience, invite friends and coworkers!
Sunday, February 9, 2:00 PM
• 02:00PM Intro and Announcements
• 02:10 PM Honey DB
• 06:00 PM Open Discussion at Raleigh Times Bar
Pendo on 4th Floor of the Wells Fargo Building