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Deploy360 22 February 2013

SANS Seeking IPv6 Security Stories/Tools For “IPv6 Focus Month” In March

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Web Strategy & Project Lead, Open Standards Everywhere

ISC Diary LogoGot an IPv6 security problem you’d like to share? A solution to an IPv6 security problem that you want to tell others about? If so, the team behind the Internet Storm Center (ISC) would love to share your stories as part of their IPv6 Focus Month they are planning for March 2013.  Johannes Ullrich of the SANS Technology Institute (the organization behind the ISC) wrote that they are seeking articles about:

  • a security problem you ran into with IPv6
  • a solution to a security problem (even better)
  • a tool that works really well (or not at all) with IPv6
  • a way to solve an IPv4 security problem by switching to IPv6

Articles – or just ideas – can be submitted via the ISC contact form or to

We applaud this initiative from SANS and we look forward to seeing what IPv6 security stories they highlight in March – and we may do what we can to further help spread the news about tools and services they promote.

If you’ve got an idea, please do send it in to the ISC team – it’s great to get more info about IPv6 security out there!

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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