Mobile Network Security: The DNS & Other Key Infrastructure
Donegan has more than 20 years of experience as a telecom market journalist, analyst, and strategist. His in-depth knowledge of wireless technology issues is critical to Heavy Reading's expanding coverage in this area.
Donegan also authors Heavy Reading's Ethernet Backhaul Quarterly Market Tracker, a special quarterly research service. Donegan joined Heavy Reading after five years at Nortel Networks, where he was a senior manager of strategic planning for the company's wireless business – spanning GSM, CDMA, UMTS, WiMax, and other wireless technologies. Prior to Nortel, Donegan spent two years in business research for Motorola's Corporate Strategy Office in EMEA and two years as a wireless analyst for the Yankee Group.
As a journalist, Donegan was deputy editor of Public Network Europe from 1990-1995 and editor of Mobile Communications International from 1995-1997. He holds a B.A. in industrial relations and politics from the University of Kent at Canterbury. Donegan is based in the U.K. and can be reached at Donegan@heavyreading.com.
GM of Mobile Solutions
Doug Miller joined Nominum in 2010 with two decades of telecom experience spanning satellite, broadband, and mobile networks. He has held operations and development positions with Service Providers as well as the vendors selling products and solutions into these carriers.
Prior to joining Nominum, he was with Comcast in a Product Management capacity and Narus (a Boeing company) where he was responsible for both Product Marketing and Management for the Fixed and Mobile Service Provider segments. In this role, he worked closely with cable, DSL, UMTS, and EPC network owners to deliver solutions around monitoring, routing, and security.
As the General Manager of Mobile Solutions at Nominum, he is responsible for building and delivering products and solutions designed specifically with the unique and specific needs of Mobile Service Providers in mind. These needs have proven to be noticeably different than those of the broadband carriers and his presence at Nominum provides a clear focus within the organization to meet these needs. As these carriers build their 3G infrastructure and in many cases transition to 4G, he and his team will be creating the DNS platform and applications needed to support the anticipated growth while considering spectrum efficiency, latency, security, and a variety of other value-added services
Global System Engineering Manager
Andres Zeller is the Global System Engineering Manager for the Infoblox Service Provider team. Andres has over 20 years experience in digital communications with expertise in SatCom and DWDM long haul amplifiers. Andres has been involved in designing and deploying DNS, DHCP and IP Address Management for some of the world’s largest LTE networks. He is the Infoblox Solutions Architect for a large LTE deployment in North America and also provides direction for research and development initiatives at Infoblox.
Director, Product Marketing
Tom has been in the network and security field for over 20 yrs. During this time he worked for large enterprises as a Network Engineer and for multiple network management and security vendors where he has had roles in Sales Engineering /Management, Technical Field Marketing and Product Management. Currently at Arbor Networks he’s a Director of Product Marketing focusing on the fixed and mobile Service Provider markets.
The security calculus changes significantly as the mobile network evolves to all-IP. Security is becoming a priority for network planners, and other roles in the mobile operator, not just a handful of security specialists. This webinar will enable mobile operators to better understand the vulnerability of mobile network infrastructure to cyber-attacks and consider some solutions for protecting both the network infrastructure and the end user.
Attend this session to:
- Understand the role of the DNS in the mobile network
- Gain insight into emerging requirements to protect other protocols and interfaces
- Better organize and architect the network to offer superior protection at lower cost
- Leverage existing infrastructure capabilities to better protect the network and the user