Employing Augmented Reality for Cybersecurity Operations in High Performance Computing Environments
TimeTuesday, July 306:30pm - 8:30pm
LocationCrystal Foyer and Crystal B
DescriptionWith the advent of myriad different technologies in the modern computing era, the future of high performance computing (HPC) data centers comprising heterogeneous compute servers and networks involves a significantly greater degree of cyber-threats than we are observing currently. As a result, conducting cybersecurity operations at the HPC data centers encompasses a highly cognitive workload environment, where information is rapidly generated, is exceedingly dynamic and is vastly unpredictable. An important challenge faced by cybersecurity specialists is managing the extreme levels of stress and utilizing emerging technologies for monitoring, assessing and defending multiple cyber-attacks in real-time. In this paper, we present an augmented reality based framework for storing, analyzing, visualizing and augmenting data at the HPC centers. This framework is proposed with the goal of improving the data presentation, forecasting, analysis and decision making, thus reducing the time to insight and learning the HPC security operations to combat increasing cyber physical threats.