Daniel Guernsey

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The U.S. President’s Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative calls for the deployment of sensors to help protect federal enterprise networks. Because of the reported cyber intrusions into America’s electric power grid and other utilities, there is the possibility that sensors could also be positioned in key privately-owned infrastructure assets and(More)
Multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) based virtual private networking is one of the fastest-growing network technologies. It provides corporate and government customers with flexible, inexpensive “autobahns” that seamlessly connect multiple, geographicallydispersed sites, enabling voice, video, data and other high-bandwidth applications. The technology is(More)
Imagine if a network administrator had powers like the superhero Flash – perceived invisibility, omnipresence and superior surveillance and reconnaissance abilities – that would enable the administrator to send early warnings of threats and trigger mitigation efforts before malicious traffic reaches its target. This paper describes the hyperspeed signaling(More)
Since its inception more than a decade ago, multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) has become one of the fastest-growing telecommunications infrastructure technologies. The speed, flexibility, sophisticated traffic management and cost savings offered by MPLS have prompted service providers to converge existing and new technologies onto common MPLS backbones.(More)
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