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Title:Trusted CI Webinar: Deployable Internet Routing Security with Amir Herzberg
Author(s):Herzberg, Amir
Trusted CI
Information Security
Internet Routing Security
Abstract:Internet routing is woefully insecure - in spite of many attacks and extensive awareness and efforts. But, finally, there is progress - and even some deployable defenses, based on free open-source software - including some that we develop in a CICI NSF project, whose goal is to get Internet Routing Security deployed in educational and research networks. These tools may help against different attacks - including Denial of Service, a significant problem for campuses and for scientific collaboration. In this webinar, we will explain the challenges of Internet Routing Security, and the main tools - already deployable, in-progress, and briefly mention some less likely to be deployed. We will also discuss our directions, which include development of tools as well as pilot deployment with UConn and Connecticut Education Network. We hope this may help some of you to make progress in improving the security and reliability of networks, and establish cooperation with us as we proceeds with our project. Speaker bio: Amir Herzberg's is the Comcast professor for Cybersecurity Innovation in the department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Connecticut. His research areas include: network security (esp. routing/DNS/transport, Denial-of-Service, Web), privacy and anonymity, applied cryptography, usable security, security for cyber-physical systems and social, economic and legal aspects of security.
Issue Date:2019-05-20
Genre:Presentation / Lecture / Speech
Sponsor:NSF #1547272
Rights Information:Copyright © 2019 The Trustees of Indiana University. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-­NonCommercial 3.0 Unported (CC BY­NC 3.0) license.
Date Available in IDEALS:2019-05-20

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