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Upcoming Webinar - 18 June 2020
Webinar Topic: "A Policy-Based Security Architecture for Software-Defined Networks"
Based on the IEEE Xplore® article published in the
IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, August 2018
|Vijay Varadharajan and Kallol K. Karmakar
18 June 2020
08:30 PM EDT (New York time)
Approximately 1 hour
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Future networks must provide services to a range of applications and devices with competing and perhaps conflicting requirements while simultaneously allowing flexible deployment. Software Defined Networks (SDN) have a critical role to play in securing such networks against sophisticated security attacks, with its ability to manage dynamically security policies for monitoring and controlling traffic and enforcing them via virtualized network functions. The main aim of this webinar is to discuss a policy-driven security architecture for securing end to end services across multiple SDN domains.
This webinar will begin with a very brief overview of the various security threats in an SDN environment. It will focus on the security threats that our security architecture is designed to address and describe our policy-based security architecture for a distributed SDN. The presenters will consider the specification of security policies and walk-through of the security architecture using an inter-domain scenario with multiple domains and SDN Controllers. Then they will outline the components of the security architecture and describe how the architecture can be used to counteract the various attack scenarios. Next, the presenters will present the implementation of the architecture and discuss some performance and security analysis results.
Finally, they will conclude this webinar by outlining our current work in leveraging SDN and NFV technologies, for secure provision and management of 5G-enabled network services and applications.
Vijay Varadharajan is the Global Innovation Chair Professor in Cyber Security at the University of Newcastle, Australia. He is also the Director of the Advanced Cyber Security Research Centre. Previously he was Microsoft Chair Professor of Innovation for 15 years. Prior to this, he headed Secure Systems Research at Hewlett-Packard Labs based at the European Headquarters in the UK.
Dr. Varadharajan has published more than 450 papers in international journals and conferences. Vijay has been/is on the Editorial Board of several journals including ACM TISSEC, IEEE TDSC, TIFS and TCC. His current areas of research interest include Cloud Computing Security, Internet of Things Security, Big Data Security, Malware Analysis, Trustworthy Computing, Software Defined Networks Security, Machine Learning and Data Centric Security. Vijay is a Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS), a Fellow of the IEE, UK (FIEE), a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and Applications, UK (FIMA), a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Engineers (FIEAust) and a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society (FACS). Visit webpage: https://www.newcastle.edu.au/profile/vijay-varadharajan#career
Kallol Krishna Karmakar received a Ph.D. degree in SDN Security from The University of Newcastle, Australia, in 2019.
He is currently a Research Fellow in Advanced Cyber Security Engineering Research Centre at the University of Newcastle, Australia. He is working on a research project in SDN Security with Defense Science and Technology (DST) Group and Data61, CSIRO, Australia. His research interests include SDN and NFV Security, IoT Security and Malware Analysis and he has been published in reputed conferences and journals such as IEEE TIFS, IEEE Access, IEEE IM and IEEE NOMS. Dr. Karmakar has been a reviewer for various IEEE conferences and journals.
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