Corpus ID: 2600806

Collaborative Data Analysis and Discovery for Cyber Security

  title={Collaborative Data Analysis and Discovery for Cyber Security},
  author={D. Staheli and V. Mancuso and Raul Harnasch and Cody Fulcher and M. Chmielinski and Adam Kearns and S. Kelly and Era Vuksani},
  • D. Staheli, V. Mancuso, +5 authors Era Vuksani
  • Published in WSIW@SOUPS 2016
  • Computer Science
  • In this paper, we present the Cyber Analyst Real-Time Integrated Notebook Application (CARINA). CARINA is a collaborative investigation system that aids in decision making by co-locating the analysis environment with centralized cyber data sources, and providing next generation analysts with increased visibility to the work of others. In current generation cyber work, tools limit analyst’s ability to collaborate, often relying on individual record keeping which hinders their ability to reflect… CONTINUE READING
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