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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Internet Governance Update Panel
Meeting: NANOG56
Date / Time: 2012-10-24 11:00am - 12:00pm
This item is webcast
Room: Dallas Ballroom C-D
Presenters: Moderators:

Cathy Handley, ARIN

Cathy Handley is the Executive Director of Government Affairs and Public Policy for the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN). She is responsible for relationships with the governments in the ARIN service region, which includes Canada, many Caribbean and North Atlantic Islands and the United States. In addition, she is also responsible for ARIN’s relationships with various International Government Organizations and Non-Governmental Organizations worldwide and was a member of the Internet Governance Forum Multistakeholder Advisory Group. Cathy has an extensive background in both the private and public sector.
Panelists:

Sally Shipman Wentworth, ISOC

Sally Shipman Wentworth is the Senior Manager of Public Policy at the Internet Society. She is responsible for liaising with governments and decision makers on critical policy issues regarding online access. Previously Sally Shipman Wentworth was the Assistant Director for Telecommunications and Information Policy in the Office of Science and Technology Policy at the White House. From 1999 – 2007, Sally was the principal policy advisor on Internet policy issues at the U.S. Department of State. Sally joined the State Department in 1999 as a Presidential Management Fellow.

Vint Cerf, ARIN

Vinton Cerf is an American computer scientist who is recognized as one of the fathers of TCP/IP and the architecture of the Internet. He was an IAB member and chair in the 1980s and the founding president of the Internet Society. He was also a Board member in 1999 and chairman of ICANN from 2000 to 2007. As vice president of MCI Digital Information Services from 1982–1986, Cerf led the engineering of MCI Mail: the first commercial email service to be connected to the Internet. While serving as Senior VP at MCI, Cerf oversaw the MCI Internet service from 1994-1998 (sold to Cable and Wireless) and the vBNS service. Cerf currently serves on the board of advisors of Scientists and Engineers for America, an organization focused on promoting sound science in American government.

Dan Alexander, Comcast

Dan Alexander is currently a Network Engineer for Comcast Cable. He is responsible for the planning and management of Internet number resources on the cable network. Prior to joining Comcast, he served a similar role with [email protected] after obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree from Southern Illinois University. Dan was elected to the ARIN Advisory Council in October of 2005 and re-elected in 2008 and 2011.

Chip Sharp, Cisco Systems, Inc.

Chip Sharp has 30 years in the communications industry and currently is a Director in the Research and Advanced Development Department at Cisco Systems, Inc. His current focus is Technology Policy and Internet Governance, specifically preparing for the upcoming World Conference on International Telecommunication (WCIT). Chip has participated in the State Department’s International Telecommunication Advisory Committee and has served on the US delegation for several preparatory meetings for the WCIT over the last 2 years. Chip has also led a multinational, multidisciplinary team at Cisco helping driving various technologies such as LISP, DNSSEC, BGPSEC, ENUM, Lawful Intercept etc. He has also sponsored and managed programs for deployment of Internet Exchange Points in partnership with PCH, ISOC, NSRC (e.g., Beirut-IX, Haiti-IX, Kosovo-IX). Chip started at Cisco in 1996 helping design dialup Internet access products to interface with legacy telco signaling systems. Prior to Cisco, Chip worked at Teleos Communications, AT&T Consumer Product Labs and NASA’s Communications Division.

Bill Graham, ISOC

Bill Graham is an independent consultant based in Ottawa, Canada. Mr. Graham worked with the Internet Society from 2007-2011, responsible for expanding the Internet Society's engagement in a wide range of international organizations and continues to serve as Senior Policy Advisor. Mr. Graham has been a member of the Internet Governance Forum's Multistakeholder Advisory Group since its formation in 2006. Previously, Mr. Graham was Director of International Telecommunications Policy and Coordination in the Canadian government and in that role was responsible for Canada's participation in the ITU. He has also worked in the private sector as Director of Government Relations for Teleglobe, Inc., a major international telecommunications carrier. Bill was appointed to the ICANN Board in June 2011.
Abstract: The regional community has displayed an increasing interest in Internet governance and the potential implications of treaty-level decisions on the future of the Internet. This panel will focus on the recent ITU/WCIT reports/issues and provide Internet governance updates, including perspectives from a range of involved organizations and the impact that may result.
Files: youtubeInternet Governance Update Panel
Sponsors: None.

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NANOG56 Abstracts

  • The DNS Threats Track
    Panelists:
    Joe Abley, ICANN; David Fernandez, PLXsert; Terrence “Tuna” Gareau, Prolexic | PLXsert; Chris GansterComcast; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai Technologies; .
    Chip MarshallDyn; .
    Michael SinatraEDNet; .
    Speakers:
    Tom DalyDynamic Network Services, Inc. ; .
  • The DNS Threats Track
    Panelists:
    Joe Abley, ICANN; David Fernandez, PLXsert; Terrence “Tuna” Gareau, Prolexic | PLXsert; Chris GansterComcast; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai Technologies; .
    Chip MarshallDyn; .
    Michael SinatraEDNet; .
    Speakers:
    Tom DalyDynamic Network Services, Inc. ; .
  • The DNS Threats Track
    Panelists:
    Joe Abley, ICANN; David Fernandez, PLXsert; Terrence “Tuna” Gareau, Prolexic | PLXsert; Chris GansterComcast; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai Technologies; .
    Chip MarshallDyn; .
    Michael SinatraEDNet; .
    Speakers:
    Tom DalyDynamic Network Services, Inc. ; .
  • The DNS Threats Track
    Panelists:
    Joe Abley, ICANN; David Fernandez, PLXsert; Terrence “Tuna” Gareau, Prolexic | PLXsert; Chris GansterComcast; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai Technologies; .
    Chip MarshallDyn; .
    Michael SinatraEDNet; .
    Speakers:
    Tom DalyDynamic Network Services, Inc. ; .
  • The DNS Threats Track
    Panelists:
    Joe Abley, ICANN; David Fernandez, PLXsert; Terrence “Tuna” Gareau, Prolexic | PLXsert; Chris GansterComcast; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai Technologies; .
    Chip MarshallDyn; .
    Michael SinatraEDNet; .
    Speakers:
    Tom DalyDynamic Network Services, Inc. ; .
  • The DNS Threats Track
    Panelists:
    Joe Abley, ICANN; David Fernandez, PLXsert; Terrence “Tuna” Gareau, Prolexic | PLXsert; Chris GansterComcast; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai Technologies; .
    Chip MarshallDyn; .
    Michael SinatraEDNet; .
    Speakers:
    Tom DalyDynamic Network Services, Inc. ; .
  • The DNS Threats Track
    Panelists:
    Joe Abley, ICANN; David Fernandez, PLXsert; Terrence “Tuna” Gareau, Prolexic | PLXsert; Chris GansterComcast; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai Technologies; .
    Chip MarshallDyn; .
    Michael SinatraEDNet; .
    Speakers:
    Tom DalyDynamic Network Services, Inc. ; .
  • The DNS Threats Track
    Panelists:
    Joe Abley, ICANN; David Fernandez, PLXsert; Terrence “Tuna” Gareau, Prolexic | PLXsert; Chris GansterComcast; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai Technologies; .
    Chip MarshallDyn; .
    Michael SinatraEDNet; .
    Speakers:
    Tom DalyDynamic Network Services, Inc. ; .
  • Traffic Accounting
    Moderators:
    Elisa Jasinska, Microsoft; Panelists:
    Paolo Lucente, Cariden/pmacct.net; Brent van Dussen, Limelight Networks; Arien Vijn, AMS-IX; Aaron Hughes, 6connect;
  • Traffic Accounting
    Moderators:
    Elisa Jasinska, Microsoft; Panelists:
    Paolo Lucente, Cariden/pmacct.net; Brent van Dussen, Limelight Networks; Arien Vijn, AMS-IX; Aaron Hughes, 6connect;
  • Traffic Accounting
    Moderators:
    Elisa Jasinska, Microsoft; Panelists:
    Paolo Lucente, Cariden/pmacct.net; Brent van Dussen, Limelight Networks; Arien Vijn, AMS-IX; Aaron Hughes, 6connect;
  • Traffic Accounting
    Moderators:
    Elisa Jasinska, Microsoft; Panelists:
    Paolo Lucente, Cariden/pmacct.net; Brent van Dussen, Limelight Networks; Arien Vijn, AMS-IX; Aaron Hughes, 6connect;
  • Traffic Accounting
    Moderators:
    Elisa Jasinska, Microsoft; Panelists:
    Paolo Lucente, Cariden/pmacct.net; Brent van Dussen, Limelight Networks; Arien Vijn, AMS-IX; Aaron Hughes, 6connect;
  • Peering Track
    Speakers:
    Vijay Gill, Microsoft; Bill WoodcockARIN; .
    Martin LevyHurricane Electric; .
  • Peering Track
    Speakers:
    Vijay Gill, Microsoft; Bill WoodcockARIN; .
    Martin LevyHurricane Electric; .
  • Peering Track
    Speakers:
    Vijay Gill, Microsoft; Bill WoodcockARIN; .
    Martin LevyHurricane Electric; .
  • Internet Governance Update Panel
    Moderators:
    Cathy Handley, ARIN; Panelists:
    Sally Shipman Wentworth, ISOC; Vint Cerf, ARIN; Dan Alexander, Comcast; Chip Sharp, Cisco Systems, Inc.; Bill Graham, ISOC;
  • Internet Governance Update Panel
    Moderators:
    Cathy Handley, ARIN; Panelists:
    Sally Shipman Wentworth, ISOC; Vint Cerf, ARIN; Dan Alexander, Comcast; Chip Sharp, Cisco Systems, Inc.; Bill Graham, ISOC;
  • Internet Governance Update Panel
    Moderators:
    Cathy Handley, ARIN; Panelists:
    Sally Shipman Wentworth, ISOC; Vint Cerf, ARIN; Dan Alexander, Comcast; Chip Sharp, Cisco Systems, Inc.; Bill Graham, ISOC;
  • Internet Governance Update Panel
    Moderators:
    Cathy Handley, ARIN; Panelists:
    Sally Shipman Wentworth, ISOC; Vint Cerf, ARIN; Dan Alexander, Comcast; Chip Sharp, Cisco Systems, Inc.; Bill Graham, ISOC;
  • Internet Governance Update Panel
    Moderators:
    Cathy Handley, ARIN; Panelists:
    Sally Shipman Wentworth, ISOC; Vint Cerf, ARIN; Dan Alexander, Comcast; Chip Sharp, Cisco Systems, Inc.; Bill Graham, ISOC;
  • Internet Governance Update Panel
    Moderators:
    Cathy Handley, ARIN; Panelists:
    Sally Shipman Wentworth, ISOC; Vint Cerf, ARIN; Dan Alexander, Comcast; Chip Sharp, Cisco Systems, Inc.; Bill Graham, ISOC;

 

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