Ann Arbor Computer Society presents:
Imagine you can add powerful infrastructure to you network for $60. Not $6,000 or $600, but $60. That’s what a Raspberry PI can do, just because it is running Linux. Raspberry PI is more than just and IoT platform, with the internet, you have thousands of free UNIX tools at your fingertips.
Phil will talk about what it takes to get your Raspberry PI working and will demonstrate with Snort Network Intrusion Detection System (IDS).
Snort is an open source network intrusion detection/prevention system (NIDS/IPS) has the ability to perform real-time traffic analysis and packet logging on Internet Protocol (IP) networks. Snort performs protocol analysis, content searching and matching.
About the Presenter
Phil is a programmer. He has been a programmer analyst, data communication systems engineer, DBA, Windows and UNIX system admin and consultant/mentor. He is currently coding for himself.
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