VizSec 2006 Symposium on Visualization for Cyber Security

Symposium on Visualization for Cyber Security

Washington, DC, USA
  /   November 3, 2006

In conjunction with ACM CCS

The 4th International Workshop on Visualization for Cyber Security was held in Washington, DC, USA on November 3, 2006. VizSec brought together researchers and practitioners in information visualization and security to address the specific needs of the cyber security community through new and insightful visualization techniques.

VizSec was held in conjunction with the 13th ACM Computer and Communications Security Conference (CCS).

The proceedings are in the ACM Digital Library.

Papers

S. Mathew, R. Giomundo, S. Upadhyaya, M. Sudit, A. Stotz
"Understanding multistage attacks by attack-track based visualization of heterogeneous event streams" paper link
L. Li, P. Liu, G. Kesidis
"Visual toolkit for network security experiment specification and data analysis" paper link
Asaf Shabtai, Denis Klimov, Yuval Shahar, Yuval Elovici
"An intelligent, interactive tool for exploration and visualization of time-oriented security data" paper link
Pin Ren, John Kristoff, Bruce Gooch
"Visualizing DNS traffic" paper link
Warren Harrop, Grenville Armitage
"Real-time collaborative network monitoring and control using 3D game engines for representation and interaction" paper link
Charles V. Wright, Fabian Monrose, Gerald M. Masson
"Using visual motifs to classify encrypted traffic" paper link
Weichao Wang, Aidong Lu
"Visualization assisted detection of sybil attacks in wireless networks" paper link
Kulsoom Abdullah, John A. Copeland
"Tool update: high alarm count issues in IDS rainstorm" paper link
William Yurcik
"Tool update: visflowconnect-IP with advanced filtering from usability testing" paper link
William Yurcik
"Tool update: NVisionIP improvements (difference view, sparklines, and shapes)" paper link
Pin Ren
"Ensuring the continuing success of vizsec" paper link
Jon Oberheide, Manish Karir, Dionysus Blazakis
"VAST: visualizing autonomous system topology" paper link
Soon Tee Teoh, Supranamaya Ranjan, Antonio Nucci, Chen-Nee Chuah
"BGP eye: a new visualization tool for real-time detection and analysis of BGP anomalies" paper link
Dino Schweitzer, Leemon Baird
Discovering an RC4 anomaly through visualization" paper link
Patrick Hertzog
"Visualizations to improve reactivity towards security incidents inside corporate networks" paper link
Christopher P. Lee, John A. Copeland
"Flowtag: a collaborative attack-analysis, reporting, and sharing tool for security researchers" paper link
Amanda L. Stephano, Dennis P. Groth
"USEable security: interface design strategies for improving security" paper link
George Yee
"Visualization for privacy compliance" paper link
Erwan Le Mal├ęcot, Masayoshi Kohara, Yoshiaki Hori, Kouichi Sakurai
"Interactively combining 2D and 3D visualization for network traffic monitoring" paper link
General Chair
Bill Yurcik,NCSA
Program Co-Chairs
Stefan AxelssonChalmers University, Sweden
Kiran LakkarajuUniversity of Illinois
Soon Tee TeohSan Jose State University

Program Committee