We are considering doing a Bro Workshop July 23-25 at UCSD in San Diego.
Our current thinking is that we'd do a 1/2 day Bro scripting language
tutorial, followed by a couple days of hands-on exercises. All
participants would be required to bring a Unix laptop with a working Bro
configuration. We'd provide sample trace files to work with.
Before we confirm this workshop, we need to get an idea of how many
people would like to attend, and what topics you are most interested in.
The workshop cost should be minimal (perhaps $50) to cover breakfast/breaks.
Please let us know what you think. Replying to the list would be best.
I'll definitely be there if at all possible. My group manager may attend as well.
Fermilab is interested in a Bro workshop. Please allocate 2 attendees from Fremilab. I understand that the Fermilab conference/travel approval process take some time, so the sooner you can firm up conference details, the better.
Computer Security Team
we need to get an idea of how many people would like to attend,
I (or perhaps another from PSC, Ben Bennett) would be interested in attending.
and what topics you are most interested in.
I'm interested in any (novel) approaches for changing policy to better identify anomalous behavior.
It looks like we have plenty of interest, so assume the workshop is on.
We'll plan to start Monday July 23 at 9am, and go till noon on Wednesday.