In January, I was honored to be invited to speak on IPv6 security at the UK Network Operators Forum (UKNOF42). The UKNOF is a not-for-profit organisation seeking to improve co-ordination between IP network operators in the UK to enhance the efficiency and stability of the UK’s network infrastructure. Their events attract a wide-range of presenters mainly from the UK. They are an excellent opportunity to share knowledge and best practice with other network operators on network operations and security.
The full list of presentations can be found here.
My presentation (video/slides) was a comprehensive overview of IPv6 security, why it needs to be taken seriously, how it differs from IPv4, the problems it presents and current IPv6 security techniques and best practice.
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