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Breaking and Making the Internet

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The number and the scale of Internet attacks has been growing over the last few years. Effective attacks can degrade and often cut off network connections to a variety of selected targets, from servers of an enterprise to a small country. In this talk, we are going to explore how some of the attacks work and how emerging network technologies provide us with new tools that we can use to build better defence mechanisms and improve Internet’s security.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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