The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) is hosting the Security for Internet Protocol (IP)v6-Enabled Enterprises Workshop on Thursday, June 13, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET. Registration is open now through June 11.
IPv4 addresses are running out.
The available free pool of IPv4 addresses was exhausted in 2015 as the number of users, devices, and virtual entities connected to the internet has grown exponentially. The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s NCCoE is developing a project plan to transition enterprise networks from IPv4 to IPv6. We are seeking the public’s input on all aspects of this plan, including the proposed scope, use cases, potential technologies, and sources of specifications and guidance.
We will also explore what commercially available security technologies are available to support the transition to IPv6.
To register for this free workshop, please complete this short form by June 11, 2019. See additional details about this event here.
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