Vitória, ES, 18 a 22 de maio de 2015
Palestra: The Landscape of Internet Threats: Some Perspectives and Paradigms
The past decade has seen striking changes in the nature of Internet security threats, all rooted in the network’s unsurpassed power for allowing anyone to communicate with anyone. This talk aims to frame the nature of some of the most significant of these changes and their implications for attackers and defenders.
Quarta-feira, 20 de maio de 2015 das 10:30h as 12:00h – sala Penedo A
Vern Paxson recebeu seus diplomas M.S e Ph.D. da Universidade da Califórnia, em Berkeley. Ele foi (e continua a ser) um cientista da equipe do Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Network Research Group durante muitos anos. Ele começou no grupo de redes do International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) em 1999.
Três de seus principais projetos de pesquisa são Bro, Botnet Infiltration e CESR. Os dois últimos refletem extensa colaboração com a UC San Diego.
Suas atividades profissionais incluem:
Program co-chair for USENIX Workshop on Free and Open Communications on theInternet (FOCI ’14).
Program committee member for IEEE Security and Privacy ’14,
International World Wide Web Conference (WWW ’14), and
First ACM Workshop on Information Sharing and Collaborative Security (WISCS ’14).
Algumas atividades passadas:
Vice-chair of ACM SIGCOMM, 2003-2007
Co-founder and steering committee member for the Internet Measurement Conference 2001-2004
Co-founder and steering committee member of USENIX Workshop on Large-Scale Exploits and Emergent Threats.
Program co-chair for HotNets 2007
Program co-chair of the 2005 and 2006 IEEE Symposia on Security and Privacy
Program chair for the 2nd Workshop on Rapid Malcode (WORM)
Co-founder and steering committee member of Workshop on Rapid Malcode
Invited talks co-chair for USENIX Security 2004
Organizer, 2003 DIMACS Workshop on Large-Scale Internet Attacks (some viewgraphs from the workshop)
Program chair for USENIX Security 2003
Program co-chair for SIGCOMM 2002
Editorial board, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, 2000-2004
Member of the IESG 1998-2000