IPv6 Security Lab @ Cisco Live 2012 in San Diego
With the proliferation of IPv6, its adoption and deployment, there are new security concerns that apply only to IPv6. Some of these security concerns rely on protocol differences between IPv4 and IPv6 and others exploit the diversification that the two technologies offer. The result could allow malicious users the ability to deploy attacks or evade network threat defense, countermeasures, and controls.
Join us, this Monday (June 11, 2012) afternoon, at Cisco Live, San Diego 4-hour lab session LTRSEC-3033 – Cyber Aikidō (合気道) Academy: IPv6 Network Threat Defense, Countermeasures, and Controls, to become more knowledgeable about basic inherent IPv6 security features and techniques on Cisco IOS Software and the Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA). The students will acquire hands-on experience by configuring and testing these security features and techniques in simulated real world scenarios. The threats and protections that are presented apply to Local Area, Enterprise, and Service Provider networks. Students must correctly identify, classify, and deter or prevent the nefarious IPv6-specific behaviors by configuring network threat defense, countermeasures, and controls that will be implemented and deployed on infrastructure devices and validate their effectiveness.
At the conclusion of these labs, students will be more prepared to effectively implement and deploy basic inherent security features and techniques for identifying, classifying, deterring, and detecting attacks, threats, and nefarious behaviors specific to IPv6.