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Tuesday, March 15 • 5:00pm - 5:40pm
Implementation of an SSL Proxy in a SDN to Monitor Internet Users Aboard A Navy Ship - Patrick Dyroff, Hanover High

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Cyber Security is essential aboard US Naval ships. With a variety of people taking part in the ship’s network, browsing the web or otherwise, measures must be taken to ensure oversight of each user. The problem is that with the conventional network used today, a network administrator or information technology professional cannot know how many devices are aboard the ship and connected, much less their activity on the network. The solution I used was the implementation of a SSL Proxy in a new network paradigm known as Software Defined Networking (SDN). An SDN simplifies routers, switches and other network devices by adding a centralized controller which allows full visibility of every device on the network, dynamic programmability of traffic flows and full control.

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Patrick Dyroff

Grade 12, Hanover High School
2013 Internship at USC Information Sciences Institute in Marina Del Rey2014 Internship at Dartmouth College ISTS in Hanover NH2015 Internship at Navy Post Graduate School Department of Cyber WarfareUses of SDNs to monitor network traffic has been my focus since working at the Navy Post Grad School Summer 2015.I am planning on a career in CS after college, (or sooner). I am a senior in high school in NH , captain of my golf and basketball teams... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 5:00pm - 5:40pm
Grand Ballroom G Santa Clara Convention Center

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