Project Complete! Intelligent Honeynet Threat Sharing Platform

There is an incredibly wide variety of cyberattacks out there and the threat landscape is always changing. Keeping up to date on the latest trends is a very difficult task – it requires the latest data and that data needs to be reflective of what’s going on in the real world.

A series of ISIF Asia-supported Honeynet projects sought to not only gather the latest data, but also find ways to distribute it broadly among responder organizations. The system uses a ‘honeynet’ which is a series of linked ‘honeypots’. Each honeypot acts as a tempting target for attackers to launch attacks against without realizing that their actions are being observed and recorded. The honeynet links all of that data to provide an overview of what’s going on across a wide area.

But this task is not just technical – it’s a social endeavor too which requires a lot of cooperation with honeypots being deployed at many partner organizations.

The ISIF Asia-supported Intelligent Honeynet Threat Sharing Platform, by Swiss German University and its many valuable partners like Badan Siber dan Sandi Negara and Indonesia Honeynet Project was a recent stage in this ongoing project – discover more, including a detailed technical report, on the project page.

Pictured are participants in one of the project workshops at IIB Darmajaya Lampung.