Hannes Tschofenig

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Archive for August, 2008

Aug
13
2008

The IEEE Key Management Summit brings together the top companies that develop cryptographic key management for storage devices with the standards organizations that make interoperability possible and the customers that rely on key management to secure their encrypted data. With recent legislation, such as California’s SB 1386 or Sarbanes-Oxley, companies now have to publicly disclose […]

Aug
11
2008

Henning Schulzrinne gave an interesting presentation about the cost of bandwidth as a contribution to the ongoing discussion about P2P traffic “optimization”. This BOF was an outcome of the workshop in New York in May this year. Jari Arkko just recently published an interesting draft on the subject of incentives. Here is the abstract: Several […]

Aug
10
2008

More details about the next emergency services workshop that will take place in Vienna in October (21st – 23rd) are available. We hope to see you there!

Aug
10
2008

In a recent mail a CAP implementers workshop was announced. Here is the text from the mail: The Common Alerting Protocol (CAP), an OASIS standard adopted as ITU Recommendation X.1303, is the foundation standard for all-media public warning. Designed as an all-hazards alert format, CAP is being implemented worldwide for earthquakes, public health, and many […]

Aug
10
2008

We are glad to announce that the next emergency services workshop is going to take place in Vienna, Austria, from the 21st to the 23rd October 2008. Frequentis is going to host the workshop. Up-to-date information will be available on the ESW webpage.

Aug
10
2008

We are always late with our work on the t-shirts for the emergency services workshop. Now, we are about to finish the design for the workshop in Atlanta that took place last April. Here is the design Richard Barnes came up with: Pictures from the workshop are also available here.

Aug
10
2008

Bruce Lowekamp posted a mail to the BEHAVE list announcing FlexNES. FlexNES is a tool for a Linux router that allows the emulation of different NAT behaviors.  It works by using iptables to filter packets and pass them through a user-level application that performs the NAT behavior before passing them back through iptables.   It currently […]




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