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14 July 2016

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9:00 AM

Opening Remarks

Megan Kruse, Internet Society


9:15 AM

Morning Keynote: Developing Internet of Things Building Blocks

Ram Mohan, Afilias


Defining standards, privacy, security, and privacy components, and identifying their respective pain points.

The Internet is undergoing an evolutionary transformation resulting from the explosive growth of things that are interconnected.  From single purpose sensors through wearable technologies to sophisticated computing devices, we are creating, exchanging, and consuming more data at rates that would have been inconceivable just a decade ago.  The market suggests the average consumer believes this is the best world possible.  As technologists, we have a responsibility to consider if we are building an Internet that is in the best interest of the user.

10:00 AM

Panel Discussion: Trust throughout the Internet of Things Stack

Moderator: Olaf Kolkman, Internet Society

Panelists: Ram Mohan, Afilias; Xing Tao, Wuxi Research Institute; Zhang Xuguang, Zhejiang Insigma Technology Co., Ltd; Honbo Zhou, UbiLink

Standards, privacy, and security considerations at the infrastructure, protocol, communications, and application layers of Internet of Things service delivery.

With panel representatives from various areas of delivering Internet of Things services – infrastructure, protocol, communications, and application layers – this session will focus on the near-term efforts to create globally interoperable services. The panelists will specifically discuss the role of trust in internetworking including service delivery, security, and privacy challenges unique to Internet of Things.

11:00 AM


11:20 AM

IPv6 in Asia: Laggards and Trends

Guangliang Pan, APNIC


This year marks the 4th anniversary of World IPv6 Launch, when thousands of Internet Service Providers, home networking equipment manufacturers, and web companies around the world came together to permanently enable IPv6 on their products and services. Where are we now on the path to full global IPv6 adoption? We’ll discuss the current state of IPv6 adoption, including statistics and lessons learned from and since World IPv6 Launch, and the next steps needed to move forward with IPv6 deployment.

11:50 AM

WHY to Implement DNSSEC

Champika Wijayatunga, ICANN


DNSSEC helps prevent attackers from subverting and modifying DNS messages and sending users to wrong (and potentially malicious) sites. So what needs to be done for DNSSEC to be deployed on a large scale? We’ll discuss the business reasons for, and financial implications of, deploying DNSSEC, from staying ahead of the technological curve, to staying ahead of your competition, to keeping your customers satisfied and secure on the Internet. We’ll also examine some of the challenges operators have faced and the opportunities to address those challenges and move deployment forward.

12:10 PM

HOW to Implement DNSSEC

Qi Zhao, CNNIC


The talking is focused on DNSSEC training, include basic guidelines in deployment, key parameters selection, experience sharing, etc. All the information would be based on the process of DNSSEC deployment in .CN. That will be a reference for anyone who would like to deploy DNSSEC on domain names in the future.

12:30 PM


1:30 PM

Afternoon Keynote: Infrastructure Security – Protecting the Future of the Internet

Olaf Kolkman, Internet Society


The Open Internet is a powerful driver for social, technical and economic interaction. Its success is based on Invariants like openness and permissionless innovation, properties that do not only create opportunities but also contribute an increased threat surface of the Internet.

Security responses are often premised at preventing bad things locally and not on the global properties that need protection. Individual actors need to take into account an external perspective in order trade off their actions towards the bigger internet.

We reflect on resiliency, about outward facing security, governance, and give some examples of collaborative security and the difficulty of them getting traction.

2:00 PM

Collaborative Security: Routing Resilience Manifesto and MANRS (Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security)

Kevin Meynell, Internet Society


The Routing Resilience Manifesto initiative, underpinned by the “Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS)” document that includes a set of actionable recommendations, aims to help network operators around the world work together to improve the security and resilience of the global routing system. In this session, we’ll explain the basic principles outlined in MANRS, how to sign up and support the effort, and how to get involved in helping to further increase global routing security.

2:20 PM

What’s Happening at the IETF? Internet Standards and How to Get Involved

Ning Kong, CNNIC, and Olaf Kolkman, Internet Society

[Olaf Kolkman’s Presentation | Ning Kong’s Presentation]

What’s happening at the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)? What RFCs and Internet-Drafts are in progress related to IPv6, DNSSEC, Routing Security/Resiliency, and other key topics? We’ll give an overview of the ongoing discussions in several working groups and discuss the outcomes of recent Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF) sessions, and provide a preview of what to expect in future discussions.

2:50 PM

The Prospect of Alibaba Next Generation Network

Zhihua Yang, Alibaba


Alibaba’s public cloud, electronic Commerce, and online payment are in the industry’s leading position, and the network architecture has the high demand for forward-looking evolution.

This speech will describe the challenges of business development for the next generation network and share their practical experience.

3:20 PM


3:40 PM


Zhiwei Yan, CNNIC


To address BGP security issues, IETF launched the Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) to enable the verification of legitimate route origination. Currently, the basic protocols of RPKI have been standardized and a large number of organizations have started the deployment of RPKI. However, RPKI faces additional threats during its actual deployment. In this presentation, these issues will be analyzed with the experimental results. In addition, the experience of RPKI deployment in CNNIC will be introduced.

4:00 PM

Panel Discussion: IPv6 Success Stories

Moderator: Kevin Meynell, Internet Society

Panelists: Amante Alvaran, Brocade Australia; Tomohiro Fujisaki, NTT Laboratories; Lu Huang, China Mobile Research Institute; Xing Li, Tsinghua University.

In this session, network operators will share their IPv6 success stories and lessons learned along the way that can help other managers of networks deploy IPv6. How did they do it? What technical challenges did they face? How does IPv6 act as an economic driver? Attendees will gain vital insight as network operators lay out the stages for IPv6 implementation—creating the business case for deployment, initiating a planning process, turning it on, and, finally, gathering measurements and proving success.

5:00 PM

Closing Remarks

Megan Kruse, Internet Society


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