Luciano Paschoal Gaspary
28 February 2013
Network virtualization is the technique that allows the creation of multiple instances of virtual networks over a single physical substrate. This technique has attracted the interest from the academic community, in particular due to its applicability in creating favorable conditions for the evaluation of new architectures for the Future Internet. There is also noticeable interest from major companies within the segment of computer networks, which are starting to manufacture devices supporting virtualization, as well as offering virtual network provisioning services. However, the shared use of routing devices and communication channels brings a series of security related concerns. It is necessary to provide protection to virtual network infrastructures in order to enable their use in real environments and on a large scale. In this talk, I will present a brief review of the state-of-the-art concerning virtual network security. In addition, I will comment the research work that we are doing at INF/UFRGS in the area.
About the speaker:
Luciano Paschoal Gaspary (email@example.com) holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science (UFRGS, 2002) and serves as associate professor at the Institute of Informatics, UFRGS. He is managing director of the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) and director of the National Laboratory on Computer Networks (LARC). Prof. Gaspary has been involved in various research areas, mainly computer networks, network management and computer system security. He is author of more than 100 full papers published in leading peer-reviewed publications. Prof. Gaspary has a history of dedication to research activities such as participation in Technical Program Committees of relevant symposia (namely IEEE, IFIP and ACM symposiums including IM, NOMS, DSOM, IPOM, GLOBECOM and ICC), organization of scientific events (LANOMS 2005, NOMS 2008, IM 2009, DSOM 2009, NOMS 2010, NOMS 2012 and IM 2013) and review of journal papers. Currently, he serves as editorial board member for the Springer Journal on Network and Service Management (JNSM), the Wiley International Journal of Network Management (IJNM) and the Brazilian Journal on Computer Networks and Distributed Systems (RESD). Gaspary has been supervising doctoral thesis, a dozen masters dissertations and undergraduate students, as well as participating of projects funded by research agencies and companies.