Spatharas Evangelos - DDOS, flow spec, FOD Tool

It is apparent that DDoS attacks are becoming increasingly commonplace, according to a research published by Akamai at the end of 2015. It used to be technically difficult to launch a DDoS attack, but now it's possible to rent a botnet of tens or even hundreds of thousands of infected or "zombie" machines relatively cheaply and use these zombies to launch an attack. And as the Internet develops, home or office computers that have become zombies can make use of increasingly high bandwidth Internet connections.
The question now is, how to deal with a DDoS? How to detect a DDoS, how to stop it and how to learn from it? One thing is certain, and that is that there is no single entity or ISP that would have said "no" to a second hand during a decent sized DDoS. GÉANT takes a leap forward and admits that too, we cannot battle with giant zombie botnets. In that sense, GÉANT "cheats" and seeks for allies in the NREN (and not only) community to battle against DDoS. But this has its own challenges as well.
The given presentation aims to demonstrate GÉANT's perspective on DDoS. We understand that there are multiple layers that needed to be dealt with to proactively defend, detect, mitigate and effectively remediate against attack scenarios. Those are; deploying a secure perimeter and making sure that the attack is not triggered from the inside, having the right tools to detect what passes through the perimeter, utilizing the effective tools using procedures in place to quickly mitigate attack scenarios in a collaborative manner, and finally, learning from the attack and making others know as well. Making sure that all work in tandem is not an easy task.
CEE Peering Days is an international conference of experts directed at network engineers, peering coordinators, internet providers, cloud administrators and data centre operators in the Central and Eastern European Region.
Since 2013 the conference regularly attracts around 200 participants and has been continuously supported by sponsors from the Telecommunication and IT community from across Europe.
The programme combines technical workshops with professional presentations and offers plenty of time and space for social networking and bilateral talks.
The conference in 2016 is planned as a two-day event at the Hilton Budapest City Hotel and will include a social evening in the centre of Budapest on 30th March.
The conference will be hosted by NIX.CZ, NIX.SK, and new host
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