Secure Campus Wireless Architectures
Time 09/20/05 03:00PM-04:00PM
This talk will identify current trends in the deployment of advanced campus wireless networks. Specifically, it will identify ways that such networks can be secured and the tradeoffs of current approaches for doing so. Specific deployment cases will be examined, identifying the requirements for wireless security and the way this was achieved. Accompanying this discussion will be an analysis of the NetAuth challenges for next generation networks, including network monitoring and vulnerability scanning. It will also include a summary of how wireless network roaming (e.g. eduroam) will impact the design of these networks.
This talk is focused towards network directors, managers, and engineers interested in the state of wireless security today, and specifically the impact of architectural decisions as these networks evolve.
Speaker Kevin Miller Duke University
Speaker Chris Misra University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Secondary tracks Security for Advanced Networks and Applications