Vienna 10th-11th of November 2015
The workshop on DDoS Mitigation in the NREN environment comes as result of the joint forces of two TFs and two SIGs.
TF-CSIRT, TF-MSP, SIG-ISM and SIG-NOC invite everybody interested in DDoS mitigation to attend this workshop and bring his/her own experience.
The workshop aims at:
- providing a general overview of current DDoS mitigation solutions;
- collecting available solution know-how and experience from and for NRENs and GÉANT;
- identifying "federated mechanisms" and solutions particularly well suited for and within the NREN / GÉANT community;
This event will be preceded by the 2nd SIG-NOC meeting on the 9th of November:
(on invitation of ACOnet)
University of Vienna (Universität Wien)
Main Building / Visitors' Center (Besucherzentrum)
1010 Vienna / Austria
More info on how to get there here
Agenda and Presentations
The final report from the meeting is available (pdf).
The following recommendations are made in the final report:
|1.||GÉANT should set up a mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org), initially with just the attendees from the workshop. This should be a closed list and intended as just a general discussion list for cross-group discussions. It is not necessary to establish another SIG or TF for this activity, but it would be good to identify a general home for the work and a small amount of GÉANT coordination support.||Complete.|
|2.||NRENs should explore the interest in joint procurement of commercial DDoS mitigation solutions.Not started||A proposal has been put forward by the GÉANT procurement team for linking this with the GÉANT World service procurement.|
|3.||The SGA2 white paper on security should be reviewed to see if it is possible to fund some of the activity discussed in the workshop within GN4-2.||Not started.|
|4.||NRENs should explore the options for further developing home-grown solutions such as the work done by DFN. Funding would be required to support this work.||Not started.|
|5.||NRENs should explore opportunities to jointly work with organisations undertaking alternative approaches to mitigation. Team Cymru, Radically Open Security and Flowspec production trials were proposed as initial organisations to approach.||Initial early discussion meetings held.|