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Open Research Issues Found When Applying Security to Network Protocols - Cases from the IETF

About the series

Lecturer: Allison Mankin, IETF Internet Engineering Steering Group Co-Area Director for Transport

A new monthly seminar series to be held at the National Science Foundation the first Wednesday of each month at 4 pm in Room 120, Stafford I, 4201 Wilson Blvd, Arlington VA.

The seminar is open to the public, and we particularly hope to attract those in the local Washington area industry, university and government with an interest in trustworthy systems. We hopethis seminar will catalyze the considerable interest, talent,and energy that the local area can bring to this topic. Allison Mankin has been conducting research on Internet topics since 1986. She serves as IETF Internet Engineering Steering Group Co-Area Director for Transport, directing standards in wireless,storage, SIP, and multimedia transport, among others. She is asupervising computer scientist in the ISI Computer Networks Division, having started their outpost group in Arlington, Virginia.

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