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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-22, 2013

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The Interplay Between Internet Security and Scale

SESSION: Invited Talks 8

EVENT TYPE: Keynotes & Plenary Talks

TIME: 9:15AM - 10:00AM

Speaker(s):Vern Paxson

ROOM:Mile High

ABSTRACT:
Internet Security poses fundamentally hard problems due to its adversarial nature, but the challenges become especially complex at large scales. This talk will examine a range of such scaling issues: network speed, traffic volume, user diversity, forensic analysis, and difficulties that attackers themselves face. I will discuss these both in the context of operational security and in terms of how such issues arise in cybersecurity research.

Speaker Details:

Vern Paxson - University of California, Berkeley

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