Open Nav

Open your event data

No hassle with complex datastructures, CSV for the win!

Do you have other input data? Have a look at our plugins.

Select what you're interested in

Highlight parts of your data that are of interest using rules and color.

Search for patterns in your data with Find&Replace functionality
Just like a texteditor!

Discover patterns

Visual inspect your data for patterns or use automatic methods that can find them for you!

Visual Analytics Science and Technology 2017 award for

Elegant Support For Hypothesis Generation and Testing

Eventpad has won a VAST challenge award for the analysis for vehicle travel patterns in a wildlife preserve.

On average our competition worked approximately 2 months on the data to solve the challenge. We did it in 2 hours...

Reviews:

``Great demonstration of a flexible existing tool EventPad to organize sequences of events in an intuitive way. Very powerful!''

``EventPad has a lot of potential and I'd be interested to see further development''


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ICTOpen award for

Best Demo and Technology of 2018

The Dutch Scientific Institute NWO announced Eventpad as the most impactful Dutch technology for ICT environments and industries of 2018

European Cyber Security Perspectives 2018

Eventpad is published in the European Cyber Security Perspectives 2018!


Check the report

Black Hat USA 2018

Eventpad is getting ready for Black Hat USA

Check out the Black Hat Arsenal Schedule
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Wireshark

Convert your PCAP files to CSV with your Wireshark dissector (installed separately)

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Excel

Export your Eventpad selections to CSV analyze them further in Excel

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Eventpad in 30-seconds

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Voice Over IP Analysis

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Travel pattern analysis VAST Challenge 2017

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Still Hacking Anyway Conference 2017

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Eventpad is available for download. For more information, check out the manual or contact us.

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Team Member

Bram Cappers

Visualization Architect

Bram is a Computer Science Engineer from Eindhoven University of Technology and inventor of the Eventpad technology. After his graduation in 2014 he started a PhD in the area of data visualization for cyber security where he developed the Eventpad prototype.