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Network Security Workshop - (Room 311)
Chairs : Yoshiaki Kasahara [kasahara AT nc.kyushu-u.ac.jp]
Yasuichi Kitamura [kita AT jp.apan.net]
Members :
Objectives :
  • To raise the security awareness and knowledge within APAN community
  • To exchange experience and knowledge in network security technologies and issues, and
  • To cooperate with other international security efforts to raise security awareness, capabilities and interoperation globally.
Security related topics includes protection of the physical, intellectual, and electronic assets of the APAN and other network, including its security policies, network access controls, virus protection, network administration, auditing, and transaction security.
Target Audience : Researchers, Scientists, Network Engineers
Expected Number of Participants : 30
Agenda : Session Chair: Yoshiaki Kasahara
  1. APAN CIF Server Update - Slides
    Speaker:
    Yoshiaki Kasahara (Kyushu University) and Yasuichi Kitamura (NICT/APAN-JP)
    Abstract:
    From 2012, APAN Security WG is working with REN-ISAC (Research and Education Networking Information Sharing and Analysis Center) for a test pilot of federated sharing of security intelligence information over Collective Intelligence Framework (CIF) developed by REN-ISAC. Until recently we were running CIFv0, but due to underlying OS upgrade/reinstall, now we need to migrate to CIFv1, which is still in testing stage. In this talk, we will introduce the current status of APAN CIF server and its software upgrade experience.
  2. BGP route verification and RPKI - Slides
    Speaker:
    Yoshinobu Matsuzaki (Internet Initiative Japan)
    Abstract:
    This session will describe how AS operators minimize the impact of BGP mis-announcements today, and the RPKI based route verification.
Remarks : Classroom Style