The GTA/UFRJ team, headed by Prof. Otto Carlos, developed the tool called “CATRACA: a scalable traffic classifier and analyzer” for analyzing big stream data and classifying in real-time threat from normal network traffic. The work developed by the team of Prof. Duarte was recently awarded with the “Best Tool Award” during the Simpósio Brasileiro em Segurança da Informação e de Sistemas Computacionais (SBSeg’2017). Moreover, the research has been going on for two years and it was also awarded with the “Best Paper Award” of the 1st Cyber Security in Networking Conference (CSNet’2017) on October 2017, with the paper “Collecting and Characterizing a Real Broadband Access Network Traffic Dataset”. Success of the research is acknowledged to a joint work of the Prof. Otto Carlos Duarte’s team, Martin Andreoni, Antonio Lobato, Igor Alvarenga, Gabriel Rebello, Igor Sanz, and Diogo Mattos, with the Prof. Guy Pujolle (LIP6/UPMC – Paris, France).
For more information about CATRACA, access https://www.gta.ufrj.br/catrac