Workshop: Basic Attacks & Security Controls in IPv6 Networks

March 11, 2013 (at 9 a.m.)

his is an introductory workshop to attacks in IPv6 networks and associated protection strategies/approaches. We will cover all relevant available tools and play with them, including hands-on sessions for the participants.

For all attacks covered mitigation strategies will be discussed, together with an evaluation as for their actual security benefit and operational feasibility.

Requirements: Bring your own device (a laptop with ssh&rdp)

Hendrik Schmidt

Hendrik Schmidt is a seasoned security researcher with vast experiences in large and complex enterprise networks. He is a pentester at the German based ERNW GmbH with focus on telecommunication networks. Over the years he evaluated and reviewed all kinds of network protocols and applications. He loves to play with complex technologies and networks and demonstrated several implementation and design flaws. In this context he learned how to play around with core and backhaul networks, wrote protocol fuzzers and spoofers for testing implementations and security architecture. As his profession of pentester, security researcher and consultant he will happily share his knowledge with the audience.

Christopher Werny

Christopher has been involved with IPv6 since 2005 and has performed a number of IPv6 planning, implementation and troubleshooting projects & tasks since then. He leads the network security team at ERNW.