Shelob: Maintaining a Virus-"Free" Network

Tuesday, October 18 | 9:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.
Session Type: Resources
Shelob was designed to stem the rapid spread of network-propagated viruses by combining several existing protocols and services. This server-based management tool, capable of removing infected computers from the network, went into production in fall of 2004, monitoring all nonwireless traffic from resident halls, computer labs, and desktop computers.

Speakers

  • Shawn Austin

  • Matt Wilson

    Sr Director of Network, Systems and Security, University of Indianapolis