NIST has new guidance for protecting interdomain traffic
February 26, 2019 9:22 am
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You might not wake up thinking about routing control plane anomalies, prefix hijacking and route leaks — but your agency network administrators do, or they should. In the ever-changing cybersecurity world, these bugaboos have led to denial of service attacks and poor network performance. Now the computer security people at the National Institute of Standards and Technology have new draft guidance on dealing with them. Doug Montgomery, manager of internet and scalable systems research at NIST, joined Federal Drive with Tom Teminwith more information.