SOS Project:
Security Operation System

A sub project of INCT of the Future Internet
for Smart Cities

Monitoring Traffic to Quickly and Efficiently Detect Threats

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Welcome to SOS Project

We Develop a Secure Operation System for
Internet of Next Generation

The processing, storage, and communication services are converging into a unified infrastructure, in which security is the main concern. This project proposes the Security Operation System (SOS) that provides an integrated traffic monitoring and characterization and a real-time anomaly detection service. SOS is capable of reacting promptly to service outages and security threats. The SOS facilities are: i) real-time traffic monitoring characterization, ii) rapid and efficient anomaly detection, iii) big data acquisition and analysis capability, and iv) tools, procedures and technics automation against security threats. SOS proposes real-time analytics and visualization technics based on open source.


  • Otto Carlos Muniz Bandeira Duarte – Professor - GTA/COPPE/UFRJ - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil - (Coordinator)
  • Daniel Macêdo Batista – Professor – USP – São Paulo- Brazil - (Coordinator)
  • Carlos Alberto Kamienski – Professor - UFABC – Carlos Alberto Kamienski - (Coordinator)
  • Fabio Kon – Professor - USP - São Paulo- Brazil
  • Alfredo Goldman vel Lejbman – Professor - USP - São Paulo- Brazil -
  • Guy Pujolle - Professor - LIP6 - Paris - France
  • Marcelo Dias de Amorim - Professor - LIP6 - Paris - France
  • Raouf Boutaba - Professor - Waterloo University - Waterloo - Canada
  • Alvaro Cardenas - Professor - University of Texas at Dallas - USA
  • Artur Ziviani - Researcher - Laboratório Nacional de Computação Científica - Brazil
  • Marcelo Gonçalves Rubinstein - Professor - UERJ - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
  • Leopoldo Alexandre Freitas Mauricio – PhD. Student – GTA/COPPE/UFRJ
  • Igor Drummond Alvarenga – Colaborator – GTA/COPPE/UFRJ
  • Igor Jochem Sanz – MSc. Student – GTA/COPPE/UFRJ
  • Gabriel Antonio Fontes Rebello – Undergraduate Student – GTA/Poli/UFRJ
  • Lucas Airam Castro de Souza - Undergraduate Student – GTA/Poli/UFRJ
  • Lucas Chagas de Brito Guimarães - Undergraduate Student – GTA/Poli/UFRJ
  • Lucas Santiago Peixoto - Undergraduate Student – GTA/Poli/UFRJ
  • Felipe Martins Fernandes de Assis - Undergraduate Student – GTA/Poli/UFRJ
  • Leonardo Gomes de Castro e Silva - Undergraduate Student – GTA/Poli/UFRJ


Future Internet for

Smart Cities

The Brazilian National Science and Technology Institute (INCT) Program has ambitious and comprehensive goals in national terms as the possibility of mobilizing and aggregating, in an articulated way, the best research groups in frontier areas of science and in strategic areas for the sustainable development of the country; to promote basic and fundamentally competitive international scientific research; to stimulate the development of advanced scientific and technological research associated with applications to promote innovation and entrepreneurship, in close coordination with innovative companies.

The Future Internet will integrate large-scale systems constructed from the composition of thousands of distributed services, while interacting directly with the physical world via sensors and actuators, which compose the Internet of Things. The National Science and Technology Institute (INCT) of the Future Internet for Smart Cities addresses research challenges and initiatives in three fronts: i) Networking and High-Performance Distributed Computing, ii) Software Engineering for the Future Internet, and iii) Analysis and Mathematical Modeling for the Future Internet and Smart Cities. The INCT is coordinated by Fabio Kon (USP) and vice-coordinate by Otto Duarte (UFRJ) .



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We aim high at being focused on building relationships with our students and community. GTA/UFRJ provides training and services in the area of Communication Systems. The training is aimed at professionals in the areas of Informatics and Telecommunications, such as project managers, designers, analysts, engineers and end users.

The goal is to present these professionals as more new technologies. In addition, it uses its vast experience in the field of consulting, design, implementation, management and maintenance of teleinformatics systems.



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