We’re kicking down the doors and letting the community in to talk about the new 2012 Honynet Project research initiatives.
This is the second annual RoT-1 Honeynet Project Chapter all-hands meeting, and the first to be opened to the public.
The purpose of this meeting will be to address:
- Membership and Chapter Administration
- Achievements for 2011
- Research initiatives for 2012
This meeting will be open to members and individuals earnestly interested in joining and contributing to the chapter.
The meeting will happen on Saturday, February 25, 2012 from 11am – 5pm.
Please note that the final location is TBD, but will be in Austin,TX. The final location will be posted no later than a week before the event.
For details and registration, please visit:
As of January 13th, 2011 the RoT-1 Honeynet Project Chapter is the newest addition to the international research organization, The Honeynet Project. Although we are the newest official chapter, many of our founding members have been involved with The Honeynet Project through different chapters and capacities since its beginning. As such, our goal is to hit the ground running and quickly become one of the most active and influential chapters in the project. So far we have two active projects going into our first official meeting as a chapter, but we aim to establish a few more within the earlier part of the quarter once we’ve met and discussed our strategic goals.
This chapter is open by invitation only, but we welcome requests from anyone genuinely interested in becoming an active contributor to our research and our chapter. Please contact if you’re interested in joining our chapter.
We will be holding our first “all hands” meeting for this chapter in Austin on January 22, 2011 at 1pm at The Driskill Hotel. The plan is to finish up around 5 or 6pm so that people that drive in for the day can get home if they need to.
The goal of this first meeting is to set a tentative agenda for the year, and identify and set research initiatives with tangible goals. Since this chapter is made up primarily of alumni Honeynet Project members, we should be able to hit the ground running.
This meeting is invitation only, so if you would like to attend please contact Ryan W Smith at
David Munson (http://munsonarts.com) graciously agreed to help us out by designing a custom logo for our Honeynet Project chapter, RoT-1. With this in place, we are officially founding the RoT-1 Honeynet Project for researchers in Texas, and others nearby or otherwise. This chapter is open by invitation only, feel free to contact any of the members directly or the appointed membership director on the contacts page.
The current list of founding members is: