Spring 2005 Internet2 Member Meeting

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Securing an IPv6 Network

Time 05/03/05 01:15PM-02:30PM

Session Abstract

In this session advanced security experts representing the Defense Research and Engineering Network (DREN) and Juniper Networks will discuss technical challenges, architectures, and lessons learned relating to security for IPv6-capable networks. Speakers will also address the policy and government/industry partnership aspects of securing advanced networks. Some technical examples and illustrations will be presented; however, the overall session content is appropriate for any Internet2 member interested in the security issues posed by IPv6-enabled networks.

DREN, an Abilene peer network, is the official United States Department of Defense (DoD) network for computational scientific research, engineering, and testing, enabling over 4,300 scientists and engineers at DoD and other government laboratories, test centers, universities, and industrial locations to use DoD's High Performance Computing Modernization Program resources.

Speakers

Speaker Ben Eater Juniper Networks

Speaker Ron Broersma Defense Research and Engineering Network (DREN)

Speaker Ken Renard Defense Research and Engineering Network (DREN)

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Securing IPv6 (ppt)

Speaker Larry Amiot Argonne National Laboratory

Speaker Ken Renard Defense Research and Engineering Network (DREN)

media item thumbnail Securing an IPv6 Network (ppt)

Speaker Ron Broersma Defense Research and Engineering Network (DREN)

Speaker Warren Matthews Georgia Institute of Technology

media item thumbnail Practical IPv6 Filtering (ppt)

Speaker Joseph Berthold Ciena

Speaker Ben Eater Juniper Networks

Secondary tracks Security for Advanced Networks

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