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2009 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security
Analysis of voluminous computer network data has become a common practice for cyber defense, but few tools provide adequate support for cyber-infrastructure defenders' workflow, visual exploration, IP geo-location, scalability, collaboration, or reporting. The state-of-the-art in visual analysis tools for cyber defense is typically no more than spreadsheets and primitive charting. While familiar to users, this approach ignores the human perceptual ability to identify novel patterns anddoi:10.1109/ths.2009.5168026 fatcat:plujn5wqprg3jlcaptilwaszgm