Corpus ID: 13984448

Network Eye : End-to-End Computer Security Visualization

@inproceedings{Fink2004NetworkE,
  title={Network Eye : End-to-End Computer Security Visualization},
  author={Glenn A. Fink and Robert Ball and Chris North and Nipun Jawalkar and Ricardo Correa},
  year={2004}
}
Visibility is crucial to managing and securing today’s computers and networks. Visualization tools are a means to provide visibility into the invisible world of network computing. Many good tools exist that give administrators a view into parts of the total picture, but our year-long study of system administrators and their tools shows a strong need for end-to-end visualization of network activity that preserves the context of the information observed. End-to-end visualization will allow an… Expand

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