Date : 10-06-22
[Seminar] SCION: Scalability, Control, and Isolation On Next-Generation Networks by Prof. Adrian Perrig (June 3, 3:30pm)
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Title: SCION: Scalability, Control, and Isolation On Next-

Generation NetworksSpeaker: Adrian Perrig (Carnegie Mellon University)Date: June 3rd,

(Friday) 3:30pm~4:30pmLocation: Science Library,&#160&#160611 ICP lecture room, Korea

UniversityAbstract:We present the first Internet architecture designed to provide

routecontrol, failure isolation, and explicit trust information forend-to-end

communications. SCION separates ASes into groups ofindependent routing sub-planes,

called trust domains, which theninterconnect to form complete routes. Trust domains

provide naturalisolation of routing failures and human misconfiguration,

giveendpoints strong control for both inbound and outbound traffic,provide meaningful

and enforceable trust, and enable scalable routingupdates with high path freshness.

As a result, our architectureprovides strong resilience and security properties as an

intrinsicconsequence of good design principles, avoiding piecemeal add-onprotocols as

security patches. Meanwhile, SCION only assumes that afew top-tier ISPs in the trust

domain are trusted for providingreliable end-to-end communications, thus achieving a

small TrustedComputing Base. Both our security analysis and evaluation resultsshow

that SCION naturally prevents numerous attacks and provides ahigh level of

resilience, scalability, control, and isolation.Bio:Adrian Perrig is a Professor in

Electrical and Computer Engineering,Engineering and Public Policy, and Computer

Science at Carnegie MellonUniversity. Adrian serves as the technical director for

CarnegieMellon''s Cybersecurity Laboratory (CyLab). He earned his Ph.D. degreein

Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University, and spent threeyears during his

Ph.D. degree at the University of California atBerkeley. He received his B.Sc. degree

in Computer Engineering fromthe Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne

(EPFL). Adrian''sresearch revolves around building secure systems and includes

networksecurity, trustworthy computing and security for social networks.

Morespecifically, he is interested in trust establishment, trustworthycode execution

in the presence of malware, and how to design securenext-generation networks. More

information about his research isavailable on <A
HREF="">Adrian</A>''sweb page.&#160&#160He is a

recipient of the NSF CAREER award in 2004, IBMfaculty fellowships in 2004 and 2005,

the Sloan research fellowship in2006, the Security 7 award in the category of

education by theInformation Security Magazine in 2009, and the Benjamin Richard

Teareteaching award in 2011.Just in case you need it, my photo is available