Analytics,
attribution,
security





Consulting services for DNS security, network analytics, incident response, and high-performance computing.

The founding team at Notos Technologies has pioneered research in statistical analysis of large-scale security datasets, designed and created several security products used by telecommunications companies, and has investigated numerous security incidents over the last decade.

Why Notos

Network Analytics

Starting with DNS we map out and model global networks, within historical context, to quickly extract salient features from the long tail.

Adversarial Analysis and Attribution

Forensics and Incident Response. Notos can help you identify existing gaps in your network's security defenses. Our DNS analytical platform can assist organizations to identify the root of an attack and guide you in attribution efforts.

Custom HPC

Whether taking advantage of our existing global network visibility or bringing your own, we can apply advanced network comprehension to your dataset at scale.

Leadership

Manos Antonakakis

Manos Antonakakis

President

Dr. Manos Antonakakis (PhD’12) is the President and Co-Founder of Notos, an Assistant Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), and an Adjunct faculty member in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is responsible for the Astrolavos Lab, where students conduct research in the areas of attack attribution, network security and privacy, intrusion detection, and data mining. Additionally, Dr. Antonakakis currently serves as the co-chair of the Academic Committee for the Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG).

Throughout his tenure at Georgia Tech, Antonakakis has raised several tens of millions of dollars in research funding as the primary investigator for government agencies and private sector organizations that seek new cybersecurlty solutions. In April of 2018 he received the Outstanding Achievement in Research Development award from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is the author of multiple U.S. patents in the areas of security and machine learning, and the author of more than 20 academic publications that have been featured at international, peer-reviewed conferences.

Eric Davidson

Eric Davidson

GM, Engineering
Kenneth Kinion

Kenneth Kinion

Director, Research