In this episode of PING, Leslie Daigle from the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) discusses its honeynet project called Automated IoT Defence Ecosystem (AIDE), which measures unwanted traffic Internet-wide. Originally, this project focused on Internet of Things (IoT) devices but is clearly more generally informative.
Leslie also discusses the Quad9 DNS service, GCA’s domain trust work, and the MANRS project. Launched in 2014 with support from the Internet Society, MANRS now has a continuing relationship with GCA and may represent a model for the routing community regarding the ‘bad traffic’ problem the AIDE project explores.
Leslie has a long history of work in the public interest, as Chief Internet Technology Officer of the Internet Society and with the IETF. She is currently the chair of the MOPS Working Group, has co-authored 22 RFCs, and was chair of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) for five years.
Read more about GCA, AIDE, domain trust, and honeynets:
- The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA)
- Dealing with the undercurrent of unwanted traffic (Leslie Daigle, October 2022)
- Honeynet tagged blog entries at APNIC
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