The Honeynet Project – Norwegian Chapter (previously Honeynor) is a non-profit organization with security professionals from Norway. It was founded in 2005 and became a member of the Research Alliance of the Honeynet Project. In 2007 there was a re-organizing of the Honeynet Project in which we became the Norwegian Chapter of the organization. An organizational chart is provided at the bottom of this page for your viewing pleasure :)
Our primary focus is investigation and research of security threats and vulnerabilities active against and within Norway.
You can either contact us by our team email address or directly to one of our team-members. For secure communication, please use our public PGP/GPG key: honeynor-project.asc
8E9F 9C12 A793 690B FDDC CD40 25DE C383 939D 93FF
The following section lists all the members of The Honeynet Project – Norwegian Chapter with names, a small description and a point of contact.
Einar Oftedal is the founder of the Honeynet Project Norwegian Chapter. Einar is Head of Malware Detection Team (MDT) at Norman R&D. Prior to joining Norman, Einar worked as Head of Incident Handling Section at NorCERT, a division of The Norwegian National Security Authority. Einar began his career in the operational security field as a network engineer for NetPower International in 1998. He is also a full member of the Honeynet Project and an active member of the operational security community.
Atle works as a senior network engineer at Lyse Tele, one of the largest triple play providers in Norway. His main areas of expertise are MPLS, IP-routing protocols, and FTTx access networks.
Erlend is a software developer with more than three years of full-time programming experience, focusing mainly on web development, integration and single sign-on. He has a M.Sc. in computer science with specialization in parallell databases from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Lars is a malcode analyst. He holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, and an M.Sc. in Telematics with a specialization in Information Security, from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
Morten Kråkvik has a M.Sc. in ICT from Agder University College, with a specialization in system development and information security. He is currently working as a security analyst for one of the largest ISPs in Norway.
Roger is a Security Officer with a shipping company. He has ten years of network and computer experience, the last five years in information security. He also holds a CISSP certification.
Sjur Eivind Usken
Sjur is a co-founder of Honeynor. Over the past ten years, Sjur has vast experience with wireless networks and VoIP. Sjur holds a B.Sc. in computer engineering and a Master in industrial economy and technology management from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
Tor Inge Skaar
Tor Inge is a senior computer security engineer. He has an M.Sc. in Telematics with a specialization in Information Security from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). He also holds GCIA, GCFW, GPEN, GREM and GWAS certifications.
Øystein is a malware analyst at Norman ASA. He holds a Bachelor in computer engineering, a Graduate Diploma in internetworking from the University of Technology, Sydney, and he is currently taking a part-time Masters degree in computer security at Høgskolen i Gjøvik.
The following is an attempt to illustrate how The Honeynet Project is organized, and where our chapter is located in this model.
For more information, check out http://honeynet.org/about
The Honeynet Project is based on an international chapter model. Chapters are smaller, self governed entities that help us manage the global structure of our organization. The map below shows where the different chapters are located.
SVG version: chapters.svg
Note that some countries like Germany and USA have several chapters. The complete overview can be found here: http://honeynet.org/og