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The Internet Alarm System aims to protect human rights defenders from digital threats such as malware from states and other adversaries.It consists of an intrusion detection system installed on Raspberry Pi, which connects to a 24/7 security incident response team. Challenges exists around detection technologies, their efficiency, and their application in the existing context that we would like to tackle in the discussion and hacking.
 
The Internet Alarm System aims to protect human rights defenders from digital threats such as malware from states and other adversaries.It consists of an intrusion detection system installed on Raspberry Pi, which connects to a 24/7 security incident response team. Challenges exists around detection technologies, their efficiency, and their application in the existing context that we would like to tackle in the discussion and hacking.

Latest revision as of 19:39, 10 August 2015

Description In this workshop we present, discuss, and hack on the Internet Alarm System -- a portable intrusion detection system for human rights defenders and civil society orgs.
Website(s) https://www.accessnow.org
Type Workshop
Kids session No
Keyword(s) software, security
Person organizing User:Ask3m
Language en - English
en - English
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Subtitle IAS & Sober projects
Starts at 2015/08/16 10:00
Ends at 2015/08/16 11:00
Duration 60 minutes
Location Room:Hackcenter 1

The Internet Alarm System aims to protect human rights defenders from digital threats such as malware from states and other adversaries.It consists of an intrusion detection system installed on Raspberry Pi, which connects to a 24/7 security incident response team. Challenges exists around detection technologies, their efficiency, and their application in the existing context that we would like to tackle in the discussion and hacking.