SXSW Interactive 2013
How You Will Get Hacked Ten Years From Now
Get ready for the greatest technical shift the Internet has seen! With the creation of hundreds of new top-level domains (TLDs) such as .app, .shop and .music, trust in the fundamental architecture of the Internet is at stake. With the proliferation of these new namespaces, there will be an increase in the ongoing threat of fraud, spam, and malware − making it easier for you to get hacked.
This session will provide a quick background of how we’re changing the technologies that have been used as the foundation of the Internet since the very beginning, as well as the potential consequences of using yesterday’s technologies on today’s networks. Covering IPv6 and DNSSEC, and looking at the proliferation of new top level domain names, we’ll explore security technologies that need complete re-architecting and how you’ll be deploying and defending networks ten years from now.
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Additional Supporting Materials
- Why do I have to worry about getting hacked ten years from now?
- Why will there be hundreds of new top-level domains on the Internet?
- How will new top-level domains directly impact security on the Internet?
- How are technologies changing to support the shift in the Internet?
- Which security technologies are best for deploying and defending networks ten years from now?
- Alex Stamos, CTO, Artemis
Julie Vreeland, Marketing Manager, Artemis