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(How) can we secure Internet routing?

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The Internet is made up of tens of thousands of smaller networks, owned by different, self-interested organizations (e.g., Microsoft, AT&T, Hebrew U). Alarmingly, routing between these networks is highly vulnerable to configuration errors and attacks, as evidenced by recent major Internet outages. To remedy this, security-enhanced Internet routing protocols have been proposed. Yet, despite over a decade of intensive effort, deployment of a secure Internet routing protocol is still not on the horizon. I will discuss some of the main challenges en route to securing Internet routing, and present new algorithmic and economic approaches to overcoming these challenges. I will also discuss new paradigms for securing Internet routing that circumvent many of the limitations of existing proposals.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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