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Monday, 11/1   Location
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM IPv6 Working Group

Catch up with the latest IPv6 WG news.

Hallmark
  Applications, Middleware, and Services Advisory Council (AMSAC) - (Council Members Only)

Applications, Middleware, and Services Advisory Council (AMSAC) meeting - Council Member Only

Ballroom I
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM Applications, Middleware, and Services Advisory Council (AMSAC)

Applications, Middleware, and Services Advisory Council (AMSAC) open meeting

Ballroom I
Tuesday, 11/2   Location
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM Salsa Disaster Planning and Recovery BoF

Discussing the latest trends and issues in higher ed Disaster Planning and Recovery

Waverly
8:45 AM - 10:00 AM Click here for live netcast, and video on demand. Connecting America’s Communities: A Conversation with Regional Connector Partners of BTOP Awards

There have been a number of BTOP awards presented to the higher education R&E community around the country. These awards will result in connections to community anchors, job creation and promotion of economic development in rural and urban areas across the country. This presentation will be a conversation with representatives from a few of these regionals wherein they will respond to questions about their goals, challenges and compromises.

Wilton
10:30 AM - 11:45 AM Click here for live netcast, and video on demand. The Path Forward  [Session Evaluation]

This first General Session will feature H. David Lambert, recently named Internet2’s president and CEO. Lambert will describe how the forces and opportunities facing today’s research and education community are aligning Internet2’s vision and mapping its path forward.

Grand Ballroom III/IV
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Salsa Advisory Group Lunch

Open meeting of the Salsa Advisory Council.

Brayton
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM Successful Non-Governmental Threat Attribution, Containment and Deterrence: A Case Study  [Session Evaluation]

The Director of the NSA recently commented that in cyberspace it is (a) difficult to deliver an effective response if the attackers identity isn't known, and (b) it is unclear if the government's response to cyber threats and attacks has deterred criminals, terrorists or nations. In a seperate inquiry, the National Research Council asked, "How and to what extent, if at all, is deterrence applicable to cyberattacks on private companies (especially those that manage U.S. critical infrastructure)?" There is at least one successful example of non-governmental threat attribution, containment and deterrence, namely Spamhaus's global anti-spam efforts as used by over 1.4 billion people worldwide, including many Internet2-connected sites. In this case study, we'll describe how Spamhaus addresses issues such as dynamic IP addresses and misuse of botted hosts, and some of the lessons we can take away from their successful efforts to tame at least one application in cyber space.

Chancellor I
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM Instrumenting SSH for Intrusion Detection  [Session Evaluation]
  • Craig Lant , Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

In response to a significant reduction in our ability to monitor activity on our systems for security issues, NERSC, LBNL's SuperComputer Division, undertook a project to access and analyze Secure Shell (SSH) related data. This includes authentication data such as user names and key fingerprints, interactive session data such as keystrokes and responses, and information about non- interactive sessions such as commands executed and files transferred. Due to the nature of the SSH protocol, this data is typically inaccessible with traditional network monitoring techniques. However, with a modification to the SSH daemon, this data can be passed directly to intrusion detection systems for analysis. This instrumented version of SSH is now running on all NERSC production systems. This talk will describe the changes we made to the SSH daemon, how we analyze the data with Bro, and show some of the more interesting results from this project.

Galleria
Wednesday, 11/3   Location
10:30 AM - 11:45 AM Click here for live netcast, and video on demand. Community Expectations for System and Network Security: A Wrapup  [Session Evaluation]

This session will provide a wrapup for discussions about community expectations for Internet2 members in the area of system and network security. It will include a report on the findings from related sessions at the previous Member Meeting and Joint Techs Meeting during which additional discussion occurred, and provide a final opportunity for community input on this important topic.

Wilton
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM Security Incident Response for Federated Identity  [Session Evaluation]

As federated identity is being utilized both more increasingly and for services of greater importance, the question of how today's process for security incident response will evolve. In this session we will present work undertaken by the CIC Identity Management working group on analyzing security incident response workflows in the context of federated identity management, what the resulting issues are, and the groups suggestion for a initial policy for federations to handle security incident response.

Kennesaw
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM Higher Education Experiences with DNSSEC Signing  [Session Evaluation]

As of the start of September 2010, sixteen dot edu's have signed their domains. Many members of the higher education community are interested in learning more about that experience -- was it challenging to get your zone signed? Was it straight forward? Are there any lessons the community can take away from these DNSSEC early adopters? Please join us for this interactive panel session with audience Q&A.

Ballroom I
  Community Discussion - Community Anchor Institutions, BTOP and US UCAN  [Session Evaluation]

Community Discussion - Community Anchor Institutions, BTOP and US UCAN

Chancellor I/II
Thursday, 11/4   Location
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Click here for live netcast, and video on demand. General Session -NOTE NEW START TIME-  [Session Evaluation]

Lawrence Strickling

Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information, and Administrator of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

Lev Gonick

CIO and Vice President at Case Western Reserve University

From Digital University to Connected Community: The Case Connection Zone.

Vice President Gonick will talk about Case Western's visionary "Case Connection Zone" project, which is bringing gigabit fiber connections to underserved Cleveland neighborhoods. This successful project has caught the attention of the White House Chief Technology Officer, Aneesh Chopra (keynote presenter at the Spring 2010 Member Meeting) who is interested in exploring the possibility of expanding the program with the help of other Internet2 member universities.

Grand Ballroom III/IV
10:30 AM - 11:45 AM Click here for live netcast, and video on demand. Security Topics Update  [Session Evaluation]

A roundtable discussion of current topics of interest to the cybersecurity community.

Grand Ballroom III/IV

Last Updated: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 8:45 AM