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Cool Network Data Visualizations

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I'm going to start by admitting that this is partly to show off my new array of screens for my home rig, but to make this sort of THWACK related:

Do you have any cool data visualizations that you like to watch?  For example, in this photo we have some of these:

http://www.shadowserver.org/wiki/pmwiki.php/Stats/DDoSMaps

http://www.digitalattackmap.com/

http://threatmap.fortiguard.com/

http://www.trendmicro.com/us/boxes/lightboxes/20130621141029.html

https://www.fireeye.com/cyber-map/threat-map.html

http://map.norsecorp.com/

https://cybermap.kaspersky.com/

They all show real data, though maybe not in a totally useful way.  Do you have any that you like?  Are you going to embed any of these in your Orion console to impress the boss on his next tour of the NOC?

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  • Love the graphics and animation.  Someone walking by my monitors saw it, recognized the content, and said "When is somebody going to do something about China?"

    Ha!

    Having managed firewalls for the last 18 years, I've watched the real time list of IP addresses and ports and protocols that are continually being tested on the outside.  I heard someone call that "door handle rattling", in relation to a prowler moving from door to door, checking each to see whether it's locked.

    These animated representations look a lot more aggressive than someone checking to see if a port is open.

    Useful presentations--thanks for sharing.   These are something I can use in demonstrations when C-level folks ask what some of our job responsibilities are, and what some of our equipment does.  Justifying the budget and the bodies--a never ending task.

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  • Love the graphics and animation.  Someone walking by my monitors saw it, recognized the content, and said "When is somebody going to do something about China?"

    Ha!

    Having managed firewalls for the last 18 years, I've watched the real time list of IP addresses and ports and protocols that are continually being tested on the outside.  I heard someone call that "door handle rattling", in relation to a prowler moving from door to door, checking each to see whether it's locked.

    These animated representations look a lot more aggressive than someone checking to see if a port is open.

    Useful presentations--thanks for sharing.   These are something I can use in demonstrations when C-level folks ask what some of our job responsibilities are, and what some of our equipment does.  Justifying the budget and the bodies--a never ending task.

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