Network defenders are bombarded with information, and the environments they work in can be incredibly complex. To help better visualize what's on a network, we released two Open Source projects that work together.
Dataviz Cafe offers a searchable catalog of 1,000+ available visualization tools, libraries, and frameworks.
A deeper dive into Viziflu, a visualization tool developed by IQT Labs that displays multiple predictions about the timing of national “Peak Week,” the week with the highest predicted number of flu cases, in the United States.
Viziflu is a visualization tool that displays multiple predictions about the timing of “Peak Week,” the week with the highest predicted number of flu cases.
This is the third post in a 3-part series about CRviz, a network visualization tool developed by Cyber Reboot.
Cyber Reboot explains how they designed CRviz — an open source tool that uses an interactive “enclosure diagram” to visualize network devices.
Cyber Reboot describes the problems seen with a commonly used network visualization technique, the force-directed graph, and suggests the enclosure diagram as an alternative.
CyberReboot has open-sourced a tool that provides a quick visual snapshot, or thumbnail, of a network packet capture (PCAP file) from the perspective of a single host/device in four distinct areas.
B.Next completed a project with Plotly to enhance its web-based interface to enable the creation of interactive cross-filtering visualizations with multivariate datasets for non-coders.
A systematic approach to developing capabilities for visualizing uncertainties in human geography data.