APNIC and the ITU will deliver a five-day Internet and IPv6 Infrastructure Security workshop from 14 to 18 May 2018, in Nonthaburi, Thailand.
This technical workshop is designed for network engineers, policymakers, regulators, telecom operators, and enterprise network administrators responsible for the deployment and management of Internet and IPv6 infrastructure networks.
Topics covered will include:
- Internet, IPv6 and routing security fundamentals
- IPv6 extensions for protocols
- IPv6 addressing and address planning
- IPv6 deployment case studies, including the experience of mobile operators
- IPv4 and IPv6 Dual Stack configuration and deployment, including measures to secure the network
- Roles of ICT Policy maker and regulator in Internet and IPv6 security
- Security monitoring
Upon completion of this training, participants will have a greater understanding of Internet Infrastructure, the IPv6 protocol and the required conditions for deployment of IPv6, a greater comprehension of the issues related to Internet infrastructure security, threats, vulnerability and mitigation methods, and improved skillset for managing IPv6 Internet infrastructure security threats, including methods for network monitoring and configurations.
Participants are encouraged to bring their laptops to practice the hands-on lessons learned using the APNIC virtual lab.
This workshop will be made free of charge thanks to the support from the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (Thailand) and APNIC.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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