There are many honeynets deployed around the world. The Irish Honeynet, set up by Espion, Deloitte and Data Electronics in April 2002, is designed to mimic the Internet infrastructures commonly used by organisations. In common with other honeynets, it is `wired` with detection sensors that capture all activity to and from the system. The honeynet is not advertised in any way so any traffic to it from the Internet is suspicious by nature, as it arises from hackers. Many members of the International Honeynet Alliance are helping to develop technologies that will further this process. Two such technologies, launched at the recent Honeynet Conference in Chicago, Honeywalls and Sebek, are due to be released and published free-of-charge on the project`s official website at www.honeynet.org. For more information on honeynets see www.honeynet.ie, www.espion.ie or www.deloitte.com/ie/honeynet.