LACSEC - 5to Evento de Seguridad en Redes para América Latina y el Caribe
Este evento tiene como objetivo reunir a los actores más importantes en temas de seguridad de redes en América Latina y el Caribe.
A través de un proceso de presentaciones, discusión y debate se trata de definir los principales desafíos en materia de seguridad de redes en el mundo y particularmente de la región, esclarecer la relevancia de los CERT en materia de seguridad en redes, cuales son los roles que los Proveedores de Servicios de Internet deben tener en materia de seguridad, que tipo de coordinación intra-regional debe existir y que características debe tener, etc.
Este esfuerzo de coordinación en actividades en temas de seguridad en redes en nuestra región contó con expositores expertos a nivel regional y mundial, presentando sus puntos de vista en la materia dando posteriormente margen al debate para la definición de acciones concretas.
- Salón “Exhibition Hall 1”
- 11.00 Apertura del evento
Carlos Martínez-Cagnazzo, moderador Foro de Seguridad
- 11.10 Best Practices For Handling Security Incidents
Laura Kuiper -- Cisco Systems
- 12.00 RPKI : Actualización sobre estándares en desarollo.
Ricardo Patara -- NIC.br
- Lunch Break
- 14.15 FACTOIDS - Intercambio Seguro de Información entre CSIRTs
Carlos M. Martínez
- 14.35 The DDoS Threat to the Internet Data Centers
Carlos Morales -- Arbor Networks
- 15.15 Projeto Spampots: Primeiros Resultados da Fase Internacional e sua Utilização na Região
Klaus Steding-Jessen -- CERT.br
Laura Kuiper has worked at Cisco for over 13 years. In that time she first worked in Cisco IT doing network architecture and supporting both Cisco's internal network as well as it's external web presence.
She then transitioned into Corporate Information Security (Infosec) where her responsibilities included Network security architecture, secure web application architecture, Security Operations, and the creation of Security policies within Cisco.
Currently she is working in CTO Consulting Engineering department focusing on Security. Her current responsibilities include working with Service Providers on how to incorporate Security into their networks, manage security incidents within the network and an overall understanding of what security can do. She also works with several standard organizations, in particular ISO and ITU, to create standards and guidelines on IT Security, Network Security, Cyber Security and Incident Management. She has worked with various customers to support Security architecture as well as working with Cisco's Engineering teams for advancing security within Cisco products.
Ricardo Patara, Bs en Ciencias de Computación y especialización en Redes de Computadoras de Alta Velocidad por la Universidad de Sao Paulo (USP). Experiencia en administración de redes y sistemas. Ha desempeñado la función de Gerente Técnico en LACNIC por 8 años teniendo bajo su responsabilidad proyectos como RPKI y otros. Desempeña ahora la función de Gerente de Servicio de Registro en el NIC.BR
Carlos Morales is Arbor Networks Vice President of Worldwide Sales Engineering and Consulting. Carlos is responsible for all pre-sales support, solution architecture, field operations and implementation of Arbor's security and network visibility solutions. Carlos has more than 17 years of experience in consulting and implementing security, routing and access solutions into service provider and enterprise networks.
Carlos' background includes management positions at Nortel Networks, where he served as the director of systems engineering for Nortel's access products, and as the director of systems engineering for Tiburon Networks. He also held systems engineering roles at Shiva, Crescent Networks and Hayes Microcomputer.
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.
Carlos Martinez-Cagnazzo is an Electrical Engineer from Uruguay with more than 10 years of experience in the Telecommunications market. He started working in Operations and Management of IP networks and gradually transitioned to Computer Security. Since 2005 he has been working exclusively in the field of computer security for CSIRT-ANTEL, the computer security incident response team of ANTEL (the largest telecom operator in Uruguay).
Since 2007 Carlos has been the chair of the Network Security mailing list and Network Security Forum; both hosted by LACNIC.
Carlos also teaches classes on Computer Security and Computer Networking for both the Computer Science Institute of UDELAR (Universidad de la Republica) and Universidad de Montevideo, both important and recognized Universities in Uruguay.
His current research interests include honeypots, honeynets, security in IPv6, and secure, automated security information sharing across administrative boundaries.