|Network Security Workshop||Taylor’s University Lakesite Campus
Block D, Level 4, Room 16
|IPV4/IPV6 Routing Workshop||Taylor’s University Lakesite Campus
Block D, Level 4, Room 17
09:00 – Begin of Network Security Workshop & IPV4/IPV6 Routing Workshop
10:30 – 1100 – Morning Break with refreshment (Provided by MyNOG)
13:00 – 1400 – Lunch (*Not provided by MyNOG)
15:30 – 1600 – Afternoon Break with refreshment (Provided by MyNOG)
17:30 – end
* Attendees can grab their own lunch at the many restaurant/food-court available within the campus vicinity.
IPV4/IPV6 BGP Routing Workshop
Mark Tinka – SEACOM
Johnathan Lee – Global Transit Communications
Nurul Islam – APNIC
This is a technical workshop, made up of lecture and hands-on lab work to teach the OSPF/ISIS and BGP skills required for the configuration and operation of large scale networks that make up the Internet.
Technical staff who are now building or operating a wide area service provider network with international and/or multi-provider connectivity, or considering participation at an Internet Exchange point.
It is assumed that the workshop participants know how to use a router command line interface, do basic router configuration and have a working knowledge of an IGP (OSPF or ISIS) and BGP fundamentals. This workshop is not an introduction. The lab exercises use Cisco IOS configuration syntax.
- OSPF/ISIS design and best practices for Service Provider networks
- BGP introduction, attributes, and policy
- BGP scalability (including Route Reflectors and Communities)
- ISP best practices
- Peering best practices
- IPv6 background and standards
- IPv6 Extentions for Routing Protocols
- IPv6 Addressing and Address Planning
- IPv6 Deployment Case Study
Participants are advised to bring their own laptop computers for hands-on lab exercises.
Maximum number of attendees
28 delegates per workshop. Certificate of participation is provided upon successful completion of the course.
Network Security Workshop
Sheryl (Shane) Hermosa – APNIC
Champika Wijayatunga – ICANN
The objective of this workshop is to examine the key concepts, protocols and the policies involved in establishing and maintaining security for a network, and building an understanding and familiarity with their operation. Device and network infrastructure security is examined with a focus on different layers to establish a robust, stable and secure network and protect the data and processes that occur in the network.
The workshop also looks at the nature and structure of network attacks and the motivation that drives such on-line malicious activity.
The course further examines the actions and processes that can be used to identify, mitigate and respond to such attacks.
Engineers, Network Managers and Operators, Security policy makers who are interested in network security and gaining an understanding of the threats they face and how to mitigate such threats.
It is assumed that participants have a basic understanding of network operations and Internet technologies.
- Network Security Fundamentals
- Security on Different Layers and Attack Mitigation
- Cryptography and PKI
- Device and Infrastructure Security
- Operational Security and Policies
- Virtual Private Networks and IPSec
- Route Filtering
It is highly recommended that participants bring their own laptop computers (At least Pentium 4, 1gb Ram, DVD drive, with administrative access to system) to practice the lessons learned during the workshops.
Maximum number of attendees
40 participants per workshop. Certificate of participation is provided upon successful completion of the course.