HONEYNET QUARTER (HNQ)

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MISSION

  • To learn the tools, tactics and motives involved in cyber attacks, and share the lessons learned.

VISION

  • A diverse, talented and engaged group of cybersecurity experts who conduct open, cross-disciplinary research and development into the evolving cyber threat landscape. 

 

WHAT WE DO

RESEARCH

Cybersecurity research efforts covering data analysis approaches, unique cybersecurity tool developments, and gathering data about attackers.

TOOLS

Develop cybersecurity tools to combat cyber threats.

Awareness

AWARENESS

Raise awareness of cyber threats and vulnerabilities that exist on the cyberspace today — Allowing people to better understand the cybersecurity threat landscape, and take action to manage cyber risk.

 
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OUR SENSORS NETWORK & DATA ANALYTICS PLATFORM

We deploys a wide range of honeypots and sensors in the global cyberspace. Data captured and collected allows our members and partners to conduct research, analysis and development.

 

PROJECTS

Honeynet 4.0

HONEYPOT 4.0

Completed 2020

Incident Management

USING HONEYPOTS FOR CYBERSECURITY INCIDENT MANAGEMENT

Completed 2019

Defending the Deceptor

SECURE.JAR — DEFENDING THE DECEPTOR

Completed 2019

Deception Framework

D3O — DECEPTION FRAMEWORK

Completed 2018

Home Network Honeynet

BEETRACE — IOT HONEYPOT FRAMEWORK

Completed 2018

Web Browser Honeyclient

BEEWARE — WEB BROWSER HONEYCLIENT

Completed 2018

HOST

H.O.S.T. — STATE OF INTERNET CYBERSECURITY SURVEY TOOL

Completed 2017

Sodeztia

SODEZTIA — MANAGING HONEYPOTS WITH DEVSECOPS

Completed 2017

Cyber Threat Intelligence

I4RMHONEY — HONEYPOTS & CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE

Completed 2017

Game Theory

HONEYPOTS & GAME THEORY

Completed 2017

HTTP WebCam

IOT HONEYPOT — HTTP WEBCAM

Completed 2015

HoneyS

HONEYS — SINKHOLE HONEYPOT

Completed 2011

hBot

HBOT — INSTANT MESSAGING HONEYPOT

Completed 2010

 

TERMS OF REFERENCE

HNQ Crew/members has an obligation to perform 2 or more of the following activities in a given year:

  • Deploying Honeypots — Collecting & Analysing Cyber Attack Data 

  • Developing Tools 

  • Play an active in The Honeynet Project's Google Summer of Code (GSoC)

  • Writing and/or reviewing papers regarding honeypots 

  • Writing books, contributing to a book chapter, or giving feedback to a book author regarding honeypots 

  • Presenting about honeypots at meetups or conferences

  • Providing honeypots training activities at workshops and other venues

  • Running a booth about honeypots at an event

  • Supporting The Honeynet Project's activities in a committee, officer or director position

  • Obtaining funds for The Honeynet Project through Workshop sponsorships, donations, and grants