Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of GeniOmisGEC3Notes


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12/10/08 10:24:10 (11 years ago)
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    11= Draft Notes from [GeniOmis OMIS] meeting at GEC!#3 =
    22== October 30, 2008 ==
     3(Audio recording of the session should be posted on the wiki later, and we'll update with a link here when that happens.)
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    6768=== GENI 2008 Operations Security Internship summary and call for participation ===
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    69 Ketly Jean-Pierre, Howard University, presented some [ref? initial status] from her summer internship looking at operational security for GENI.  Ketly reviewed her work preparing draft security policies for use on GENI.  She developed drafts for both internal GPO and external GENI policies and usage guidelines. She also installed and experimented with monitoring tools such as SNORT that can be useful to people connecting laboratories or other infrastructure to GENI, who are already knowledgable about computers and software.  Ketly would like inputs from other people in OMIS on what tools they have used successfully and what recommendations they have for graduate and undergraduate students participating in GENI who want to design and implement security procedures and tools for their labs and classes.
     70Ketly Jean-Pierre, Howard University, presented some [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/presentations/GPO%20Presentation.ppt work] from her summer internship looking at operational security for GENI.  Ketly reviewed her work preparing draft security policies for use on GENI.  She developed drafts for both internal GPO and external GENI policies and usage guidelines. She also installed and experimented with monitoring tools such as SNORT that can be useful to people connecting laboratories or other infrastructure to GENI, who are already knowledgable about computers and software.  Ketly would like inputs from other people in OMIS on what tools they have used successfully and what recommendations they have for graduate and undergraduate students participating in GENI who want to design and implement security procedures and tools for their labs and classes.
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    7980=== Lightning Talks ===
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    81 For our first lightning talk, Karl Levitt (NSF) talked (and moderated discussion) on some pointed security questions:
     82For our first lightning talk, Karl Levitt (NSF) talked (and moderated discussion) on some pointed security questions (no slides):
    8283 1 What does it mean to "make GENI secure"?
    8384    * Protecting GENI
     
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    97 The second lightning talk was a NetFPGA update from John Lockwood.  The first run of 500 have been deployed, faster than expected.  They are now sold out, next batch ships around Nov 17.  Expected cost $500.  See details on [http://NetFPGA.org NetFPGA.org].
     98The second lightning talk was a [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/presentations/NetFPGA_Status_Update_at_GEC3.ppt NetFPGA update] from John Lockwood.  The first run of 500 have been deployed, faster than expected.  They are now sold out, next batch ships around Nov 17.  Expected cost $500.  See details on [http://NetFPGA.org NetFPGA.org].