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Gain a competitive edge, while you’re still in school

From DDoS attacks to mitigation and network optimization, NANOG U presents a day of talks and hands-on workshops by some of the top minds in our community on the most current developments and challenges in network engineering, operations, and architecture.

JOIN US NOVEMBER 18, 2019

9am - 4pm

Purdue University

305 N University St, West Lafayette, IN 47907

Lawson Computer Science Building — Room 1154, 1st floor

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Agenda:

  • 9:00 Introduction (Dr. Thomas J. Hacker, Purdue University and Ed McNair, NANOG)
  • 9:25 Hunting Criminals Using Network Indicators and OSINT (Jason Lancaster, SpyGlass)
  • Break
  • 10:30 Cyber Threats and Case Review (Michael Alford, Special Agent FBI)
  • 11:00 Information Security Panel
  • Break
  • 12:00 How to get into tech? (Kat Ronay, Microsoft)
  • 12:30 Panel: Careers in network engineering and security
  • Lunch is provided by NANOG
  • 14:05 Afternoon Introduction (Ed McNair, NANOG)
  • 14:15 DNS (Eddy Winstead, ISC)
  • 15:00 DNS Security (John Bambenek, ThreatStop)
  • Break
  • 16:00 ARIN 101 and other Internet governing bodies (Leslie Noble, ARIN)
  • 16:45 DDoS Mitigation Tutorial (Krassimir Tzvetanov)
  • Break
  • 17:35 Firetalks and Open Mic
  • 17:55 Closing Remarks
  • 18:00 Social Hour