Tutorial: Resource Certification System - LACNIC RPKI
Gerardo Rada Ingeniero de sistemas, egresado en 2006 de la universidad nacional experimental de la fuerza armada de Venezuela UNEFA, con 6 años de experiencia en el desarrollo de sistemas se desempeña actualmente como ingeniero de software y desarrollo de LACNIC, teniendo como principal responsabilidad la gestión y el desarrollo del sistema de certificación de recursos http://www.lacnic.net/sp/rpki/ de esta institución. Anteriormente dentro del centro nacional de innovación tecnológica CENIT de Venezuela es seleccionado en 2007 como parte del equipo de desarrollo binacional Uruguay-Venezuala en el marco del proyecto generado Ruby para Genexus. En 2008 integra el grupo técnico del proyecto prospección tecnológica http://portal.cenit.gob.ve/cenitcms/noticia_2569_1.html del CENIT que deriva en la publicación del Estudio Prospectivo sobre las TIC y las Industrias de Contenidos Digitales en Venezuela.
Michael De Leo - Cisco Systems Michael De Leo works at Cisco Systems as a CTO for Latin America under the Office of the CTO. He has worked at Cisco for 12 years and has been involved in networking and designing networks for over 18 years. He is currently involved in Connected Real Estate, IPv6, Cloud Computing, Data Centers, Building Automation and other new technologies that are transforming customer networks. During his years at Cisco he has help service provider and enterprise customers design networks, look at new technologies and best practices, help promote the development of the Internet in emerging markets in Latin America, Asia and Africa as well as create awareness internally about some opportunities in new areas of technology.
Tutorial: IPv6 - Routing Practices OSPF and BGP
Rodrigo Regis dos Santos é formado em Ciência da Computação pela Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie e atualmente é Analista de Projetos no NIC.br. Rodrigo é especialista em IPv6 e um dos responsáveis pelo projeto IPv6.br, que tem por objetivo incentivar o uso do protocolo no país.
Eduardo Ascenço Reis é especialista em redes IP, sistemas Unix e serviços Internet. Como formação, possui Curso de Especialização em Redes de Computadores pelo LARC/USP e Bacharelado em Ciências Biológicas pela USP. Sua atuação profissional em TI ocorre desde 1995, com experiências nas empresas: Universidade de São Paulo (USP), Ericsson Brazil, comDominio (IDC - AS16397), CTBC Multimídia (NSP, ISP - AS27664). Atualmente atua como supervisor de projetos no Centro de
Estudos e Pesquisas em Tecnologia de Redes e Operações (CEPTRO.br) do Núcleo de Informação e Coordenação do Ponto BR (NIC.br) e é um dos responsáveis pelo PTTmetro (PTT.br).
Tutorial: IPv6 - Introduction and Configuration
Jordi Palet Martínez has been working in computers, networking, and telecomm business during the past 20 years. His experience includes programming in several languages, OS porting, electronic and microcomputer circuit design, consultancy and network design and implementation, among others. He has been involved with technical, marketing and product management in several companies, and nowadays is working as CEO/CTO at Consulintel, Madrid.
Jordi frequently writes articles, white papers, and presentations about most of the high-end technologies. He is involved in many forums, such as: ISOC, IETF, RIPE, the European Commission IPv6 Task Force. He has co-authored numerous IETF documents.
Over the past 3-4 years, he has been involved in the RIRs policy making process, having actively participated and presented in all the meeting in all the regions, and volunteers his time to assist all the RIRs in training activities, mainly related to IPv6. Jordi also maintains a web site for IPv6 news and information The IPv6 Portal. Also part of its relevant work on this field is IPv6day, and in Spanish 6SOS.
Jordi has had considerable experience working in the development, promotion and deployment of IPv6, including the IPv6 Forum, the IPv6 Logo Committee, European IPv6 Task Force, Spanish IPv6 Task Force (among others in many countries), IPv6 Task Force Steering Committee, 6POWER, 6QM, Eurov6, IPv6 Cluster, ENABLE, RiNG, 6DEPLOY, and the Eureka project PlaNetS. He was the designer of Euro6IX and its Scientific Project Coordinator.
Jordi is also working in other areas, including new security architecture for Internet (Distributed Security), Mobility beyond MIPv6, Routing in Next Generation, and Power Line Communications (PLC/BPL/PLT).
He also participates in the OCCAID project to provide free (time-limited) IPv6 transit to ISPs when their existing upstream providers don't support yet IPv6 transit by their own (mainly in Africa, LAC and AP).
Tutorial: ISP Traffic Engineering using BGP Attributes
José Domínguez is currently a Senior Network Engineer with the University of Oregon, where he provides leadership and guidance in building the University's network. As part of his work at the University, José also manages and operates the Oregon Gigapop and the Oregon Internet Exchange which provide connectivity to Internet2 and commodity Internet. During the last 20 years, José has been involved in building networks and deploying emerging technologies in the educational sector and service providers in Dominican Republic, where he designed the first NREN initiative for the country, other countries in Latin America and the USA. José also works with the Network Startup Resource Center (http://www.nsrc.org) and the Escuela Latinoamericana de Redes (https://www.eslred.org.ve) providing strategic training and technical advice to networking projects in emerging markets.
Eighth Latin American IPv6 Forum - FLIP-6
Mariela Rocha - FLIP-6 Moderator:
Ms Rocha is currently working as a technical expert at the University Interconnection Network of Argentina. She has been the Coordinator of the IPv6 Latin American Forum - FLIP6, and the IPv6 Task Force for Latin America and the Caribbean since 2006.
She has strongly focused her professional activity on the areas of network engineering and the implementation of new technologies, basically within the academic environment.
Owen DeLong is an IPv6 Evangelist at Hurricane Electric and an elected member of the ARIN Advisory Council. He brings more than 20 years of TCP/IP networking experience and a front-row perspective on IPv6 deployment and IPv4 runout. When he is not training people on IPv6, he is also a Commercial Pilot and a SCUBA Diving Instructor. He lives in San Jose, California and can be reached at owend at he dot net.
Antonio Cansado es Ingeniero Civil en Computación de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2005), Magíster en Ciencias de la Computación de la misma universidad (2005) y Doctor en Informática de la Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis (2008), realizando su tesis en INRIA, Francia. Realizó un postdoctorado en la Universidad de Málaga (2009) y recientemente asume como Gerente Técnico del proyecto “IPv6 para Chile” en el Laboratorio de Investigación de NIC Chile (NICLabs).
Jose Miguel Guzman - Google
Jose Miguel Guzman es el Technical Program Manager de Distibucion de Contenidos de Google para Iberoamerica. Su principal responsabilidad es desarrollar acuerdos que permitan que los usuarios de Internet puedan acceder a los contenidos de Google/Youtube con la mejor calidad posible, y al menor costo para los ISPs.
Sus objetivos incluyen mejorar el acceso a los contenidos desde toda la region, impulsar mediante http://ipv6.google.com/ una mayor adopcion de IPv6 en latinoamerica, y contribuir a un desarrollo de una mejor internet en español y portugues.
Jose Miguel ha estado involucrado en la industria el software y telecomunicaciones desde el origen de la Intenet en la region, y antes de Google ocupo diversas posiciones en empresas de tecnologia en Chile.
Martin J. Levy - Hurricane Electric
Martin Levy has been involved in the TCP/IP world since the publication of the first TCP/IP RFCs. Born and educated in England, Martin moved to the United States to work as a software developer at the prestigious Bell Labs. It was at Bell Labs that he ran their first TCP/IP network-enabled UNIX computers. After seven years in New Jersey, Martin moved to California and joined the Silicon Valley entrepreneurial life to continue his focus on networking software and systems. When the ISP industry started to take root in the early 1990s, it was natural for Martin to move into this industry. Since then, Martin has been building networks in California, the greater US, Europe, and Latin America. Since joining Hurricane Electric in early 2008, Martin has taken on the role of markedly expanding the Hurricane Electric IPv6 commercial offerings, including its expansion into Asia and additional cities worldwide.
Mr Aggio holds a degree in Electronics Engineering and has specialized in data and computer networks for scientific and academic applications. At present he is involved in the implementation of HPC (High Performance Computing) technologies by means of clusters and virtual machines on IPv4 and IPv6 networks.
In addition, he is working as network administrator at the National Technological University of Bahía Blanca, and as a Professional at the CCTBB (the Technological and Scientific Center of Bahia Blanca), reporting to CONICET (the Argentine National Scientific and Technological Research Council).
Creating and Managing Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs)
Cristine Hoepers is a Senior Security Analyst and General Manager at CERT.br, the Brazilian National CERT, maintained by NIC.br, from the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee. She has been working with Incident Management at CERT.br since 1999, where she helps the stablishment of new CSIRTs in the Country, provides training in information security and incident handling, develops best practices for system administration and user awareness materials, and is involved with the organization of regular meetings with diverse sectors in Brazil, to discuss Internet security and best practices, among other matters. She has also been involved since 2001 with honeypots and honeynets; since 2003 with the deployment of a network of distributed honeypots in Brazil; and since 2006 with the SpamPots Project, a way to measure the abuse of end-user machines to send spam. Cristine is a CERT-Certified Computer Security Incident Handler and an authorized instructor to deliver the CERT Program courses, from the Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University. She has a degree in Computer Science and a PhD in Applied Computing from the Brazilian National Institute for Space Research (INPE). She has been a speaker and moderator at several forums such as ITU, OAS, APWG, IGF, London Action Plan, MAAWG, LACNIC, FIRST and AusCERT Conferences.
Klaus Steding-Jessen is a Senior Security Analyst and Technical Manager at CERT.br, the Brazilian National CERT, maintained by NIC.br, from the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee. He is with CERT.br since 1999, where he works with incident handling, provides training in information security and incident management, develops best practices for system administration, and is involved with the development of tools, based on honeypots, to better understand current attack trends, correlating this data with incidents reported to CERT.br. He has also been involved since 2001 with honeypots and honeynets; since 2003 with the deployment of a network of distributed honeypots in Brazil; and since 2006 with the SpamPots Project, which uses honeypots to measure the abuse of end-user machines to send spam. Klaus is a CERT-Certified Computer Security Incident Handler and an authorized instructor to deliver the CERT Program courses, from the Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University. He has a degree in Computer Engineering and a PhD from Applied Computing at the Brazilian National Institute for Space Research (INPE). He has been a speaker at several forums such as ITU, LACNIC, FIRST, GovCERT.NL and Q-CERT Conferences.