IPv6 Infrastructure Security for Telecom Networks
ITU ASP CoE: IPv6 Infrastructure Security for Telecom Networks
|Level of Study||Intermediate|
While IPv6 deployment is picking up its pace in the world, we need to pay close attention to implement and maintain an adequate level of Internet infrastructure security on IPv6.
Fundamental issues related to Internet infrastructure security are exactly the same on IPv4 and IPv6. This workshop covers some introductory topics on Internet infrastructure security before exploring more IPv6 specific threats and vulnerabilities and mitigations techniques. This workshop will include some hands-on workshops so participants can gain practical knowledge that they can use in their networks immediately.
This five-day workshop has been developed as a part of the business management program within the framework of ITU Centre of Excellence for the Asia-Pacific Region (ITU ASP CoE). APNIC collaborated with ITU ASP CoE to hold this workshop.
This workshop is for technical staff from policy makers, regulators, managers, administrators, and officials dealing with technical aspects of IPv6 Internet infrastructure security issues in network operators.
The course is organised by ITU Asia Pacific Centre of Excellence and it is offered free of charge with support from ToT Academy, the Thailand Ministry of Information and Communication Technology and APNIC.
To register for this workshop, participants are kindly requested to complete the registration form (Annex 2) and accommodation reservation form (Annex 3 - cost to be covered by participants) and email them to the contacts as soon as possible.
All travel arrangements, including accommodation should be made and borne by the participating administration or participants directly.
Those participants requiring an entry visa to Thailand are requested to contact their local Embassy of Thailand for information well in advance.
Please refer to the information for participants in Annex 4.