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Wednesday, September 28 • 2:30pm - 2:55pm
Building a Secure DMZ & TrustSec Integration - Tae Hwang, Cisco; Michael Lundberg, Emre Ertekin & Christos Christou, Booz Allen Hamilton

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Building Secure DMZ and Trustsec - Architecting secure DMZ is a very hot topic within research and HigerED community as the requirements of transferring a large data sets in secure manner are increasing. In order to achieve high throughput transfer between two institutions, typically Dedicated Transfer Node (DTN) is placed at DMZ, and when the large flows are detected, those flows are firewall/IPS bypassed for the performance. In this session, we will explore how opendaylight controller fits into Secure DMZ architecture: using OpenDaylight's OpenFlow southbound protocol for firewall/IPS bypass, DDoS protection using netconf/BGP, and how federations work among different entities. The session will also discuss OpenDaylight in hybrid cloud. Finally, we will discuss Trustsec integration within OpenDaylight and its use case.


Christos Christou

Chris Christou is a Principal at Booz Allen Hamilton. He leads IT infrastructure projects for Booz Allen Hamilton clients, including those related to network engineering, cloud/data center infrastructure, unified communications, and software defined networking. For Booz Allen's Secure Cloud offerings, Chris led engineering efforts to implement a suite of integrated security products that protect applications and data hosted in both... Read More →

Emre Ertekin

Emre Ertekin is a Senior Lead Engineer at Booz Allen Hamilton. He has over 12 years of experience in IP network design and implementation, encompassing development of large-scale network and CSOC architectures for United States Government and International clients. He is currently conducting research in the application of SDN technologies within the context of cybersecurity.

Tae Hwang

Tae Hwang, CCIE No. 5135 (Routing and Switching and Voice) and CISSP, is an architect in Cisco’s Public Sector organization. As an architect, he has been providing Cloud/SDN/HPC architectures and solutions to the Public Sector customers. His current focus has been research computing/networking. He also leads Cisco GENI architecture and design (GENI is an NSF funded SDN initiative).

Michael Lundberg

Michael Lundberg is a Senior Lead Engineer at Booz Allen Hamilton. He has over 10 years of experience designing, testing, and deploying IP network and unified communications systems for U.S. Federal and commercial clients. Over the last three years, Mr. Lundberg has been conducting research, analysis, and testing of SDN technologies.

Wednesday September 28, 2016 2:30pm - 2:55pm
Room 405

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