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Securing the network has always been an arms race between the network operators, trying to keep the network clean, and attackers, trying to exploit a network's resources in case the operators are not up-to-speed.
In large networks, automating large parts of attack prevention and detection need to happen in an automated way. This session presents two such automatic systems in IPv4.
With the introduction of IPv6, the arms race was to a good extent sent back to square one - new protocols, new ways to exploit, the (lack of) new automated ways to prevent such attacks. Hence the final presentation will show the current state of the art in securing IPv6 networks.


Monday, 21 May from 18:00 to 19:30
Hall 2
Stefan Winter RESTENA

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