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Eric Vyncke

Eric Vyncke

Distinguished Systems Engineer, Cisco

Cisco Live/Networkers Speaker Since: 2006

Eric graduated from the University of Liege, Belgium, in 1983 with a Master degree in Computer Science.

He worked for a couple of companies like Siemens where he was the architect of the firewall product and of the military message handling system.

Since 1997, he works for Cisco as a Distinguished Engineer by helping customers with security designs and since 2007 with IPv6 deployments. He assists product design by advising engineering teams in Cisco. His area of expertise includes the security aspects of LAN switching, IP telephony and IPv6.

He is a guest professor at a couple of Belgian Universities where he helped the IPv6 deployment. He is also a respected speaker at several conferences such as RSA Conferences. He is also the Chief Technology Officer of the Belgian IPv6 Council.

Eric is the main author of ‘LAN Switch Security: What Hackers Know About Your Switches’ and the co-author of ‘IPv6 Security’. He participates regularly at the IETF (author of RFC 3585 & 5514). His web site has a survey of IPv6 deployments and he has developed the virtual IPv6 Facebook router. He holds a CISSP certification.

Register for a Session which Eric Vyncke will be the speaker at:

Session ID Description Year
BRKSPG-2603

How to Securely Operate an IPv6 Network

2011
BRKSEC-2000

IPv6 Security Threats and Mitigations

2011

Cisco Live Speaker Recaps:

Session ID Description Score Year
BRKSEC-2003

IPv6 Security Threats and Mitigations

4.48 and 4.68 2010
BRKSPG-1200

IPv6 security for Service Providers

4.54 2010
TECSEC-2101

Detecting and Mitigating Attacks Using Your Infrastructure

4.26 and 4.34 2010
TECMPL-2192

IPv6 Enterprise Deployment

4.33 2010