OUR SENSORS NETWORK & DATA ANALYTICS PLATFORM
The Honeynet Project, Singapore Chapter deploys a wide range of honeypots and sensors in the global cyberspace. Data captured and collected allows members and partners of the Honeynet Quarter to conduct research, analysis and development.
THE HONEYNET PROJECT
To learn the tools, tactics, and motives involved in cyber attacks, and share the lessons learned.
A diverse, talented, and engaged group of international cybersecurity experts who conduct open, cross-disciplinary research and development into the evolving cyber threat landscape. The Honeynet Project collaborates and cooperates with like-minded people and organisations in this endeavour.
The Honeynet Project is an international non-profit (501c3) research organisation dedicated to investigate the latest attacks and develop open source tools to improve cybersecurity.
Through its global Chapters, members of The Honeynet Project contribute by fighting against malware, discovering new attacks, and creating cybersecurity tools.
The Honeynet Project continues to be on the cutting edge of cybersecurity research by analysing the latest attacks and educating the public about cyber threats across the world.
OUR 3 MAIN PILLARS
Cybersecurity research efforts covering data analysis approaches, unique cybersecurity tool developments, and gathering data about attackers.
Develop cybersecurity tools to combat cyber threats.
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.
TERMS OF REFERENCE
Each member has an obligation to perform 2 or more of the following activities in a given year contributing to the mission of The Honeynet Project:
Deploying Honeypots — Collecting & Analysing Cyber Attack Data
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