“Honeypots” in network security is a computer system which entices hackers to attack it. All ports are kept open on the system and the computer acts normally with its services(but in reality, it is isolated and monitored) The main idea behind setting up “honeypots” is used to study the motives of malicious individuals and track their actions.
It must be noted that none of the production systems are connected to the “honeypot” system and no vital business information is lost during the “honeypot” project.
Jayanthi Manikandan has an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from India and a Master’s degree in Information systems with a specialization in Information security from Detroit, MI, USA. She has written blogs for Simplilearn, Whizlabs software, InfoSec institute and Jigsaw academy. She has created e-learning videos for Whizlabs software and Twenty19.
She has been passionate about Information security and has several years of experience writing on various technical topics. Additionally, she loves to pen a few personal thoughts here as well! 🙂