Scaling Sighting
2019-10-21, 11:20–11:40, Hollenfels

Sighting is the art of tracking when we have first/last seen an element and how many of them. They are voluminous, much larger than indicators. It is a key factor in an investigation to understand if something is new, old, common or unique. While trivial, they are hard to scale given to read/write constraints. This talks explains what has been done to power up MISP Sighting in order to be used at scale.