TUTORIAL: Routing Security (Separate Registration Required)
Time 03/05/19 01:00PM-05:00PM
Protecting the research and education network is a team activity that involves the community of network operators, both campuses and regionals. Embedded security is one of the goals of Internet2's Next Generation Infrastructure. This tutorial gives a brief overview of risks to network routing within the R&E community and some examples of the impact of even a small, malicious routing announcement. A global initiative that began in 2014, Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS), takes one step toward preventing network attacks by taking on security as a shared responsibility between networks. Experts within the community will then give technical, hands on demonstrations of how to implement the four easy to implement activities that comprise MANRS, including uRPF, and RPKI. There will also be a talk from legal technologists from academia on how to overcome the legal and social obstacles to implementing RPKI.
Primary track Information Security