Merike Kaeo (CCIE#1287) is the Director, Data Security and Services at Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) where her responsibilities include providing strategic direction and establishing global industry partnerships with ISC’s Resiliency and Security Forum. Prior to joining ISC, Merike was the Founder of Double Shot Security, a company that offered worldwide technical strategy and business consulting services to secure IPv4 and IPv6 networked infrastructures. She iis the author of the Cisco Press book ‘Designing Network Security’ , has been an active contributor in the IETF since 1992 and was named an IPv6 Forum fellow in 2007. Merike received her BSEE from Rutgers University and an MSEE degree from George Washington University.
Topic of Presentation 1: Guide To Building Secure Network Infrastructures
Abstract of Presentation 1: As network architectures continue to evolve so must the techniques and best practices for securing them. This session will focus on the fundamental best practices for securing network infrastructures along with advanced configuration examples to incorporate into service provider environments.
Topic of Presentation 2: Real Time Security Data Peering
Abstract of Presentation 2: Effective cybercrime remediation requires cooperation and collaboration amongst research, government and operational communities. One such model is the Security Information Exchange (SIE) which utilizes a set of tools and infrastructure for real time data processing. How this model is utilized for passive DNS data to gain full visibility into cybercrime activities and help with real-time remediation is the topic of this talk.