Security and SDN in Thailand this May

By on 19 Apr 2018

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APNIC will deliver a number of Network Security and Software Defined Networking tutorials, workshops and presentations in Thailand this May.

Security tutorial at ThaiNOG

APNIC’s Senior Network Analyst, Tashi Phuntsho, will present a half-day security tutorial at the 3rd ThaiNOG Meeting, to be held in Bangkok on 21 May.

Topics covered will include:

  • 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

Visit the ThaiNOG website for more information.

Software Defined Networking at BKNIX

The BKNIX 2018 Peering Forum will be held in Bangkok from 22 to 23 May.

Tashi will be presenting on the second day of the meeting on the topic of Software Defined Networking (SDN).

Since launching its SDN workshops at APNIC 44, the APNIC Training team have received more and more requests for training and presentations on the emerging technology, which is having a disruptive influence on the world of data networking, and is leading to a fundamental reassessment of how networks are architectured.

Visit the BKNIX website for more information.

Network security workshop, Klong Luang District

APNIC will deliver a two-day Network Security workshop, in conjunction with intERLab, in Klong Luang District, Thailand from 24 to 25 May.

Register via the intERLAB website to reserve your spot!

This technical workshop is designed for network engineers, system administrators/operators, managers and policymakers to understand security threats, preventions and recovery.

Topics covered include:

  • Securing network infrastructure (including DNS)
  • IDS/IPS (Snort)
  • Wireshark
  • DDoS fundamentals and best practices for preventing/mitigating DDoS on network devices and server/desktop
  • Password control from the end-user perspective and server-side storage of passwords
  • Insecure file permissions
  • Operational security and policies
  • Penetration testing

Participants are encouraged to bring their laptops to practice the hands-on lessons learned using the APNIC virtual lab.

We look forward to seeing you at the above events.

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