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Securing the Science DMZ, a Discussion

Time 10/28/14 01:30PM-02:15PM

Room White River Ballroom C

Session Abstract

The Science DMZ model is a widely deployed and accepted architecture allowing for movement and sharing of large-scale data sets between facilities, resources, or institutions. In order to help assure integrity of the resources served by the science DMZ, a different approach should be taken regarding necessary resources, visibility as well as perimeter and host security. Experienced panelists discuss common techniques, best practices, typical caveats as well as what to expect (and not expect) from a network perimeter that is purpose built to move science data.

Speakers

Speaker Vincent Stoffer Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)

Speaker Adam Slagell University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign

Speaker Nicholas Buraglio ESnet

Speaker Jim Eyrich University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign

Speaker Scott Campbell LBNL (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Speaker Von Welch Indiana University

Primary track Security

Secondary tracks Advanced Networking/Joint Techs

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