Network Security and SDNs - Presented by Carter Bullard

  • April 23, 2014 · 6:00 PM
  • Paul Allen Building, Auditorium 101

Carter is the CEO and President of QoSient, LLC, a research and development company focusing on cybersecurity capabilities for large scale data networks. Carter has held both academic and industry positions directing / performing research in the areas of network and systems cybersecurity, high performance assurance, awareness, protection and optimization; working with US NationalLaboratories, FFRDCs, the US DoD, Naval Research Laboratory, US Justice Dept. and the industry.

Carter started in cybersecurity at Georgia Tech in the mid 1980’s, when he managed the Georgia Tech networks, and the SURAnet portion of the NSFnet backbone.  Within the networking industry, Carter developed security architecture and products for ATM and IP, and authored over 20 contributions to the ITU, IETF, and the ATM Forum in the areas of network security and control.

Recently, Carter has focused on cybersecurity and network virtualization, secure cloud architecture, ultra performance assurance, optimization, and awareness for very large scale distributed systems; for the U.S. DoD, federal agencies and the communications industry.




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  • Terry J F.

    Well.... clicking on the link give %20 substitution for space which should be doesn't work for my browser.... Funny space does work. So in case anybody else was haven't an issue.... Just remove the three %20 and substitute a space.
    http://files.meetup.com/8218762/Network Security and SDNs.pdf

    1 · April 28

  • Terry J F.

    Can someone tell me the trick to download the file? Thanx

    April 28

    • Stephanie

      I didn't have any issue downloading the file. It did take a few seconds though. Let me know if you want me forward it to you cus I got it downloaded now.

      April 28

    • Mike E.

      Hey Terry, I found it below from Smitha Rao. I just clicked on it and up came the pdf in a second browser window. I then clicked on the download button next to the print button. It downloaded the document without issue from there.

      April 28

  • Mike E.

    Thanks for the slide deck. I think Carter did a great job on identifying security concerns for SDN networks. I look forward to hearing more about the progress with the Stanford SDN implementation.

    April 28

  • Smitha G.

    Please find carters presentation posted at the below link

    http://files.meetup.com/8218762/Network%20Security%20and%20SDNs.pdf

    2 · April 26

  • Mike E.

    Excellent. .

    April 23

    • Mike E.

      Still looking for Carter's slide deck. Any idea when it will be available?

      April 25

  • Natasha G.

    Interesting angle on how SDN Security presents tremendous possibilities for scaling out network protection, yet still carries many holes to fill in (particularly Carter's point regarding "new dials for the bad guys to tap"). Overall, great presentation!

    April 24

  • Hasanat

    Great! slides will help

    April 23

  • Paul G.

    It is nice that Carter offered to share his (extensive) slide deck. The core points were useful to bring to the fore for the SDN community. Discussions could go on for a long time about more controversial elements and implications, so this talk is likely to be a bridge to future presentations to this group.

    April 23

  • Azhar S.

    Stuck on a call. Will not be able to make it. :( Sorry for the last minute notice

    April 23

    • Azhar S.

      I am able to make it. Interesting talk

      April 23

  • Eric N.

    sorry, email at 5:30 too late to get there in time.
    And am unable to change RSVP to NO after 6: PM

    April 23

  • Guolin C.

    Give up my place, :( Waiting for the slides.

    April 23

  • Srinath A.

    Giving up my place reluctantly. :( Hope the slides will be posted.

    April 23

  • Sam K.

    Shank or Joe, What is address to the nearest parking lot ? it's been a while thx,

    April 23

    • Joe L.

      Parking structure 1 is at the corner of Via Ortega and Via Panama (by way of Panama)

      1 · April 23

    • Sam K.

      Thanks Joe

      April 23

  • Terry J F.

    Oh, so sad ... The allotment of space again leaves me on the waitlist yet again. It is again too late to get there in time at this point. :-(.... For future meetings, is it possible to meet in a bigger room? or something that increases the availability of seats...

    April 23

    • Joe L.

      It's the only free space that I can offer at Stanford. If anyone would like to sponsor alternative spaces off campus we can visit that

      1 · April 23

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    April 23

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