Re: [cin] Doodle Poll for Bar BoF

Wesley Eddy <> Mon, 09 July 2012 18:43 UTC

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On 7/9/2012 1:12 PM, Melinda Shore wrote:
> On 7/9/12 9:07 AM, Eric Burger wrote:
>> Lots of +1's.  Let's turn those +1's into a drink and action.  Please
>> fill in the Doodle poll with your availability. Depending on the time
>> and number of people, we can go for a bar or I can arrange to get a
>> room.
> I'm kind of curious to know what it is that people want to discuss.

As I see it, there are several aspects of Critial Infrastructure
Networks (CINs) that may be common across at least the handful of
different types of networks we've talked about to-date (aviation,
SCADA, space comm, power grid, financial).

I think there are 2 tracks of discussion possible, one geared
towards how to do build and run the networks as well as we know
how (or maybe just what NOT to do!), and one geared towards what
new technologies or protocols the IETF might be able to develop
that would make building and running these CINs easier.

The particular question I have is about the tension between the
need to protect such networks from the big-I Internet, and the
eventual desire that seems to develop to either use the Internet
or interconnect with it for various reasons.

Wes Eddy
MTI Systems