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IPv6 Implementation –Lessons Learned and Motivation in the US

Capital Technology Management Hub

Tuesday, April 13, 2010 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

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Network World magazine recently provided a glimpse into seven of the largest IT companies regarding their front running efforts transitioning to the next generation Internet Protocol called IPv6, including Google, Microsoft, AT&T, Comcast, among others. Our panel will provide a glimpse into Federal civilian and DoD IPv6 adoption initiatives, commercial initiatives from an ISP and Telecom perspective (including why they are in the IPv6 business), and the issue of Cyber-Security across both Federal and commercial space with respect to IPv6. The members of the panel have been intimately involved with the IPv6 industry for years and are engaged in the implementation of IPv6 at the ground level today. Their insights will provide views into the risks surmounted during their adoption efforts, providing invaluable experience to the attendees of the presentation.

 

Panelists:

·         Dale Geesey, Chief Operating Officer, Auspex Technologies

·         TJ Evans, Director; IPv6 Network Design Engineering, Command Information

·         Joe Klein,  Cyber Security Principal Architect, Qinetiq North America

·         Shawn Carroll, Director, Engineering, Qwest Government Services

·         Owen Delong, IPv6 Evangelist, Hurricane Electric

 

 

Moderator:

 

Ralph Wallace, Executive Vice President of Operations, Command-Control LLC

 

 

Federal Civilian

Dale Geesey (CISSP), Chief Operating Officer, Auspex Technologies

Dale Geesey currently leads efforts supporting the introduction of new technologies into government agencies. His primary focus is currently on Cyber Security, IPv6 and the introduction of advanced technologies to support IT initiatives within the Department of Veterans Affairs and has been active in the Internet2 community. He has worked closely with the DoD in their IPv6 transition activities and recently supported the development of the DoD's IPv6 Transition Plan and response to congressional inquiries regarding the DoD's transition to IPv6. He has been a speaker at numerous events and panels and has written several articles on topics relating to IPv6 transition. Prior to Auspex, he co-founded Synexi, and grew the company into a respected consulting organization. He has held positions of leadership for a variety of companies including  Innofone, Booz Allen & Hamilton, Verizon, SI International, Intrado and Teligent. Dale is a CISSP and holds a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Old Dominion University, a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from George Mason University and a Masters of Business Administration from California Coast University. He resides in Northern Virginia with his family.

Federal DoD

TJ Evans (CISSP), Director; IPv6 Network Design Engineering, Command Information

TJ Evans has extensive network and system administration experience, with a focus on IPv6 and information assurance and security, as well as a keen ability to convey technically detailed concepts to wide ranges of audiences.  In the IPv6 arena he has served as a ‘subject matter expert’, consultant and instructor to a wide array of commercial and federal clients for Command Information – including the DISA DoD IPv6 Transition Office and Office of Government Ethics, and trained many students in the federal space regarding IPv6, including the National Security Agency.  Several years of IPv6-specific work, backed-up by 15 years of other IT experience, make him keenly aware of the many challenges faced in the rapidly changing environment we call our networks.  In those previous lives he has worked for BearingPoint, KPMG, GTSI and ACTech. He resides in Northern Virginia with his family.

 

Information Assurance/Security (Cyber Security)

 

Joe Klein, (CISSP, CISM, CISA, NSA-IAM/IEM), Cyber Security Principal Architect, Qinetiq North America

 

Joe Klein is a 30-year veteran of the IT and IA industry.  He has extensive experience in DoD, US Government and commercial sector, focusing on information assurance, network security and IPv6.  He is frequently requested to speak at professional security venues and routinely participates in high-level government working groups as an expert on secure implementation of IPv6. Working as Cyber Security Principal Architect at QinetiQ North America, he is researching new and innovative ways of using IPv6 to defend against Advanced Persistent Threats (APT). In his previous position at Command Information, he provided the research and guidance into the development of the first IPv6 IDS/IPS capabilities for Cloud Shield (now owned by SAIC). He has also been heavily involved in the development of IPv6 security controls for both DoD and NIST.  In his copious spare time, he is developing a new training course and companion book on “IPv6 attack and defense”. He resides in Northern Virginia.

 

Telecommunications

 

Shawn Carroll, Director, Engineering, Qwest Government Services

 

Shawn Carroll joined the Qwest Government Services engineering team in February 2006 in support of the Networx proposal development and design effort. In his current role as Director of Engineering, he is responsible for leading a team that supports all design and custom engineering aspects for Qwest's federal customer base including assisting government agencies meet the OMB mandate M-05-22 - Transition Planning for IPv6. He brings 15 years of engineering experience in government and industry in the support of network communications solutions. Prior to joining Qwest, Mr.Carroll held engineering and management positions at PSINet, Focal Communications and Broadwing Communications where he developed a diverse background in optical transport, switching, routing, voice services, customer support, and service delivery. He played a key role in designing network solutions for several commercial and civilian contracts including the Department of Homeland Security, Veteran's Affairs, Federal Reserve Bank, National Science Foundation and DARPA. He holds a degree in communications from State University of New York, Oswego and resides in Northern Virginia with his wife and children. He is a member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA).

 

Internet Service Provider

 

Owen Delong, IPv6 Evangelist, Hurricane Electric

 

Owen DeLong is an IPv6 Evangelist for Hurricane Electric, the leading IPv6 ready Internet Service Provider. He’s also an elected member of the ARIN Advisory Council since 2008 and a senior backbone engineer with more than 25 years of industry experience. He has significant operational experience with IPv6 at Hurricane and running his own fully dual-stacked multi-service network for DeLong Consulting. He is a member of the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG), in which he is a consistent contributor to assisting members in solving their tough challenges. In his spare time, he’s a commercial pilot and teaches SCUBA diving and CPR/First Aid courses. He resides in the San Francisco Bay area.

 

Moderator

 

Ralph Wallace, Executive Vice President of Operations, Command-Control LLC

 

Ralph Wallace started Command-Control LLC in February of 2009 with the vision of bringing people, process and technology together to provide our customers with their “engineered solution”. Ralph retired from the US Navy in 1994, after serving as a project engineer and Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative (COTR) in one of the US Navy’s systems acquisition commands. In that position, Ralph was the technical direction authority for five programs dealing with Information Operations (now Cyber Warfare) and Command and Control. He was a source selection board member for a number of acquisitions. Since retiring, he has been a senior leader in a number of small and large businesses, where he has led successful teams supporting major technology change initiatives in both public and private sectors. Today, he is engaged with the US Navy as the Chief Information Architect in establishing a command and control system on a Service Oriented Architecture platform integrated with IPv6, and creating, securing and staffing the IPv6 integration lab to prototype the design. Prior to this, he was a key contributor to the Federal Government’s IPv6 Path Forward policy directive. He holds an MSc in Technology Management from George Mason University (with associated Federal CIO certificate). He is a trained and experienced federal government acquisition professional, an enterprise architect and has the ITIL Foundation certification. He is a member of Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), US Naval Institute, and the Association of Old Crows. He resides in Northern Virginia.

 

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Tuesday, April 13, 2010 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)


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CTMH is a networking organization for technology management professionals in the Washington metropolitan area. Founded and run by alumni of the Technology Management Master program at George Mason University, CTMH provides a forum where professionals can effectively network, learn, recruit, and search for new career opportunities. Technology Management professionals can have a wide variety of roles but in essence they design, implement, support, or manage technology and are decision-makers or decision-influencers in their respective organizations.

CTMH vision is creating of a network of professional where technology management talent is discovered and developed and where good business ideas are encouraged and supported.

CTMH mission is to provide a forum for technology management professionals operating in the public and private sector to network, recruit, learn, and share information so to increase their knowledge on products, trends, challenges, and opportunities in the technology management field.

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