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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Security Track: At the Intersection of Anti-Abuse and Infrastructure
Meeting: NANOG66
Date / Time: 2016-02-09 11:30am - 1:00pm
Room: Nautilus 1&2
Presenters: Speakers:

Jared Mauch, NTT America

Jared Mauch works for NTT Communications Global IP Network in the Network Architecture and Development team. He has been active in network abuse and mitigation and won the J.D. Falk award for his work on the OpenResolverProject and other related works. He continues to work on routing and infrastructure security with an interest in the social and business reasons behind malicious actors.

foy shiver, APWG

Foy Shiver is President and CEO of Woodstock Clinical Data Systems, Deputy Secretary-General of the APWG (Anti-Phishing Working Group) and one of the founding directors of APWG.EU, a European foundation headquartered in Barcelona. In 2004 Mr. Shiver assumed management of operations of the nascent non-profit Anti-Phishing Working Group. In 2005, Mr. Shiver accepted the appointment as Deputy Secretary-General of APWG for which he is charged with cultivating the membership base around research, education and policy issues to fight cybercrime and electronically mediated fraud In 2013 Mr. Shiver worked with APWG and CaixaBank in Spain to found the new European Foundation APWG.EU. This foundation is harnessing resources focused on cybercrime research and education within the European Union and plays a leadership role in inspiring cybercrime research across the globe.

Dennis Dayman, Return Path

Dennis Dayman has more than 20 years of experience combating spam, security/privacy issues, data governance issues, and improving email delivery through industry policy, ISP relations and technical solutions. As Return Path’s chief privacy and security officer, he is responsible for coordinating and managing Return Path’s international electronic commerce, privacy and Internet related policy issues. Before Return Path, he was Eloqua’s chief privacy and security officer. Eloqua was acquired by Oracle for $871 Million dollars in 2012. Prior to Eloqua, Dayman worked at StrongMail Systems as the director of deliverability, privacy, and standards.

Tobias Knecht, Abusix

Tobias began his career as a contracting project and process manager for IBM. In 2003 he joined Schlund+Partner and established the worldwide Abuse Department for the merged brands of United Internet(1&1, GMX and web.de). Tobias joined Habeas as European Manager for E-Mail Policy and Abuse Handling in 2007. After the acquisition of Habeas by Return Path he was a consultant for Return Path and many other companies in the field of Internet security. End of 2008 he co-started the Global Reporting Project which led into the incorporation of abusix. Tobias is also Co-Chair of the RIPE Anti-Abuse Working Group.

Jesse Sowell, Stanford

Jesse Sowell is a Research Affiliate at MIT and runs DevOps and Measurement Visualization at the Markley Group. Jesse's PhD research was a study of institutional mechanisms and attendant forms of authority that support Internet infrastructure operations. In other words, what are the characteristics of the social glue that ensures interconnection among a private network of networks continues to cohere into the modern Internet? Jesse's current research interests comprise cost and risk models of Internet infrastructure, incentives in malware value networks, and the political challenges of developing joint capabilities between operational communities and conventional governance actors.

Dave Crocker, Brandenburg InternetWorking

David H. Crocker is a principal with Brandenburg InternetWorking, developing network-based applications businesses and designing system architectures for them. Over the past 45 years he contributed to early Internet research, led product development efforts and founded several startups, serving as CEO for one. Dave created and operated two national email services, designed two others, and was CEO of a community non-profit ISP. He has authored more 50 IETF Requests For Comments (RFCs). Dave served as an Area Director for the Internet Engineering Task Force, variously overseeing network management, middleware and the IETF standards processes well as doing a stint on the IETF's administrative committee and chairing a working group on reputation. He is a senior technical adviser for the industry trade association, Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group, and is on the board of the non-profit Trusted Domain Project. Dave is a co-recipient of the 2004 IEEE Internet award for his work on email.

Tom Shaw, SUBRL

For the first 20 years of his career, Mr. Shaw (Florida Institute of Technology, Computer Science, 1972) worked for a defense contractor creating INTEL systems for the DOD . He left in the ‘90s to start his own consulting company where he architected for Raytheon a large fusion system using disparate data sources and created the first certified TSABI Controlled Interface. His firm continues to provide services to the defense and civil communities as well as generating threat indicators for internal and external use. He is a co-owner of the risk scoring company, e-hawk.net and is a partner in SURBL, a domain/host based DNSbl reputation and threat indicator provider.
Abstract: The objectives of this security track are to provide:
1. a primer on the shared goals and incentives of operator groups and anti-abuse groups,
2. a review contemporary trends, presented by active anti-abuse community participants,
3. a narrower review of these trends, focusing on those faced by both communities, how they interact and the how costs propagate within the network operations industry, the messaging industry, and on to consumers
4. pragmatic advice on how reputation is imbued and how it can be repaired

Dennis Dayman
Member of the Board at M3AAWG
Chief Privacy and Security Officer at Return Path.
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Tobias Knecht
Co-Chair of RIPE Anti-Abuse Working Group
Abuse Desk SIG in M3AAWG
CEO of Abusix
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Tom Shaw
SURBL
Hosting SIG in M3AAWG
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Dave Crocker
M3AAWG Senior Technical Advisor and longstanding participant in IETF
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Jared Mauch
NTT America
J.D. Falk Award from M3AAWG for his work on the OpenResolver project
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Foy Shiver
Deputy Secretary General of Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG)
Files: pdfSecurity Track(PDF)
Sponsors: None.

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NANOG66 Abstracts

  • Conference Opening
    Speakers:
    Tony Tauber, Comcast; Greg Dendy, Equinix; Raj Khurana.
    Al Burgio, IIX;
  • Conference Opening
    Speakers:
    Tony Tauber, Comcast; Greg Dendy, Equinix; Raj Khurana.
    Al Burgio, IIX;
  • Conference Opening
    Speakers:
    Tony Tauber, Comcast; Greg Dendy, Equinix; Raj Khurana.
    Al Burgio, IIX;
  • Conference Opening
    Speakers:
    Tony Tauber, Comcast; Greg Dendy, Equinix; Raj Khurana.
    Al Burgio, IIX;
  • Coding BOF
    Speakers:
    Matt Griswold, United Internet Exchange; Job Snijders, NTT Communications; Jesse Sowell, MIT; Elisa Jasinska, BigWave;
  • Research and Education Track
    Speakers:
    Manish Karir, QuadMetrics; Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University; Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego; Luca Sani, IIT-CNR; Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University; Vicente De Luca, Zendesk;
  • Research and Education Track
    Speakers:
    Manish Karir, QuadMetrics; Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University; Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego; Luca Sani, IIT-CNR; Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University; Vicente De Luca, Zendesk;
  • Research and Education Track
    Speakers:
    Manish Karir, QuadMetrics; Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University; Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego; Luca Sani, IIT-CNR; Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University; Vicente De Luca, Zendesk;
  • Research and Education Track
    Speakers:
    Manish Karir, QuadMetrics; Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University; Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego; Luca Sani, IIT-CNR; Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University; Vicente De Luca, Zendesk;
  • Research and Education Track
    Speakers:
    Manish Karir, QuadMetrics; Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University; Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego; Luca Sani, IIT-CNR; Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University; Vicente De Luca, Zendesk;
  • Research and Education Track
    Speakers:
    Manish Karir, QuadMetrics; Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University; Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego; Luca Sani, IIT-CNR; Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University; Vicente De Luca, Zendesk;
  • Coding BOF
    Speakers:
    Matt Griswold, United Internet Exchange; Job Snijders, NTT Communications; Jesse Sowell, MIT; Elisa Jasinska, BigWave;
  • Coding BOF
    Speakers:
    Matt Griswold, United Internet Exchange; Job Snijders, NTT Communications; Jesse Sowell, MIT; Elisa Jasinska, BigWave;
  • Coding BOF
    Speakers:
    Matt Griswold, United Internet Exchange; Job Snijders, NTT Communications; Jesse Sowell, MIT; Elisa Jasinska, BigWave;
  • Peering Track
    Speakers:
    Brad Raymo, Microsoft; Aaron Hughes6connect; .
    Ciprian Marginean, AMS-IX; Daniel KoppDE-CIX; .
  • Peering Track
    Speakers:
    Brad Raymo, Microsoft; Aaron Hughes6connect; .
    Ciprian Marginean, AMS-IX; Daniel KoppDE-CIX; .
  • Peering Track
    Speakers:
    Brad Raymo, Microsoft; Aaron Hughes6connect; .
    Ciprian Marginean, AMS-IX; Daniel KoppDE-CIX; .
  • Peering Track
    Speakers:
    Brad Raymo, Microsoft; Aaron Hughes6connect; .
    Ciprian Marginean, AMS-IX; Daniel KoppDE-CIX; .

 

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