Connections: IPv6; Loss of Security and Privacy; DNS (Day 1)

Date: April 4, 2022
Time: 14:00 UTC - 16:30 UTC
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Connections is being held April 2-8, 2022, shortly after the IETF 113 meeting. It is a fully online event created jointly by IIESoc & INTC. The first day will include the following keynote presentations: IPv6 -- past, present & future by Bob HindenGoing Dark -- catastrophic security and privacy losses due to loss of visibility by managed private […]

Internationalized Domain Names: Homographic Attacks

Date: July 7, 2020
Time: 00:00 UTC - 00:00 UTC
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ICANN is engaged in an effort for the Internationalization of Domain Names -- that is, making them available in languages other than English. Thıs ınvolves fıgurıng out what new symbols must be used, of course. But also figuring out which of the new symbols are easily confused with each other, or with existing symbols. Just […]

Asynchronous Group Messaging Security

Date: July 23, 2020
Time: 00:00 UTC - 00:00 UTC
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Peer-to-peer group communication has long been a necessity for usability in team coordination. However, the security of such systems has not been well understood or investigated in comparison to one-to-one secure messaging options (such as Signal or even TLS). Based on an ongoing IETF standardization initiative, this presentation will introduce participants to the basic concepts […]

Introduction to IPv6 Security

Date: October 8, 2020
Time: 00:00 UTC - 00:00 UTC
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How security will be handled in IPv6 is a question asked by many. Myths abound. In this session, we will start to look at: • NAT is not a firewall (security by obscurity)• Complexities introduced by multiple stacks• Risks introduced by not considering IPv6• Reconn attacks and defense• Local network attacks and defense• Unauthenticated NDP (similar […]

Can we STIR and SHAKE(n) our way out of unwanted robocalls?

Date: October 22, 2020
Time: 00:00 UTC - 00:00 UTC
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Unwanted and illegal robocalls continue to be both one of the largest communications-related nuisances (particularly since many of us are home to get them all day...) and are commonly used to defraud victims using social security, warranty and other scams. Fighting these unwanted calls has proven to be hard and is likely to require a […]

IPv6 Webinar Series: Introduction to IPv6 Security

Date: July 8, 2021
Time: 00:00 UTC - 00:00 UTC
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This session discusses the ways enterprises might want to think about migration to IPv6. Some vulnerabilities may be the same as IPv4 while other will be different. Vulnerabilities may be introduced by additional complexity, for example, transition mechanisms or dual-stacking.When many enterprises think about security, a number of areas are involved. These include: Audits/Compliance​Threat detectionRisk analysisRoot cause determinationEncryptionPrivacy​Confidentiality​Penetration testing […]