Learn what data visualization tools are available to help with network security visualization. Jungwoo shows well-known visualization tools and how they can be useful in network security visualization.
- [Instructor] Visualization is a critical piece…in network security since it bridges the cognition gap…between the diversity and complexity of network data…and actionable intelligence for network engineers.…Network security visualization comes…in primarily three different flavors.…One of the most common is a dashboard built…into a network security product…such as vulnerability management system or SIM.…IBM QRadar is a good example.…The second approach is using a programming language…to implement your own visualization…for a specific network security application.…
Python is a good example for this choice.…The nice thing about Python is its powerful libraries…readily available for numerous programming tasks.…Visualization is not an exception.…There are many Python visualization libraries available…free of charge including matplotlib, ggplot, et cetera.…The third choice is…to use is stand alone data visualization tool.…Tools like Tableau offer more flexibilities and varieties…in ways to visualize the same network security data.…
- Identify the goals of network security.
- Distinguish types of firewalls.
- Explain intrusion detection and prevention systems.
- Describe packet capture.
- Collect packet sniffer, IDS, and IPS data.
- Explain how to use machine learning to process network data.
- Use data science to conduct a network forensics investigation.
- Identify data visualization targets and tools.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Network Security Review
2. Network Data Sources
3. Data Collection
4. Data Analytics
Network forensics2m 25s
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