Alejandro Acosta studied Computer Sciences at Universidad Nueva Esparta, Venezuela, where he later went on to complete a master's degree in Information Technology Management. He is currently serving as President of LAC-TF (the Latin American and Caribbean IPv6 Task Force) and is a Research and Development Engineer at LACNIC. He was previously Technology and Support Manager at British Telecom (BT) and member of LACNIC's Electoral Commission. Today, Alejandro coordinates the annual FLIP-6 meeting (Latin American IPv6 Forum) and moderates the Latin American IPv6 Task Force mailing list. He also teaches TCP/IP –a subject that is part of the ninth semester Engineering curriculum– at Universidad Nueva Esparta. During the past six years, Alejandro has participated in numerous events, among them multiple LACNIC, LACNOG, ICANN, LACIGF, IGF and IETF meetings. He has obtained several certifications and is, among others, IPv6 Sage Certified (Hurricane Electric, 10th November), Novell Certified Linux Administrator (Novell CLA, February 2010), Novell Linux Spec (September 2013).
Alejandro is currently Head of Backbone Engineering at Telecentro, one of Argentina's largest cable providers which offers residential Internet services of up to 100 Mbps.
He has 10 years of experience working at various Internet Service Providers, eight of them within the Backbone Engineering Department, and has participated in projects for IPv6 deployment on MPLS networks using both 6PE and 6VPE. Alejandro and his team are currently working on deploying IPv6 on their DOCSIS network.
Arturo L. Servin Niembro
Arturo L. Servin Niembro currently works in Google Inc. as Peering and Content Distribution manager for Iberoamerica and the Caribbean. Previously joining Google he was Chief Technology Officer at the Internet Address Registry for Latin America and the Caribbean (Lacnic). Arturo also has worked as a research engineer, consultant and network manager at various organizations the UK and Mexico. He received his PhD from the Department of Computer Science at the University of York, where his research focused on artificial intelligence, machine learning, and network security. In addition, he holds a Masters degree in Telecom Management and a B.S. in Electronic Systems Engineering, both from ITESM Campus Monterrey, Mexico. Arturo has worked on multiple innovation projects, including the development of Internet-2 in Mexico, where he served as Chairman of the Network Development Committee and Coordinator of the working group on IP-Multicast.Chris Grundemann
" El Ing. Azael Fernández Alcántara es egresado de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), donde es responsable del proyecto IPv6; coordinador de los grupos de trabajo de IPv6 en CUDI (Corporación Universitaria para el Desarrollo de Internet), en la red académica mexicana conocida como "Internet2 de México" (RedCUDI), y en CLARA (Cooperación Latino Americana de Redes Avanzadas). También es responsable del capítulo Mexicano del Foro IPv6 e integrante del comité de evaluación de trabajos para el FLIP6. Tiene a su cargo el Laboratorio de Tecnologías Emergentes de Red (NETLab), probando equipos y tecnologías como IPv6, IPSec, PLC, WDM, MIPv6, Multicast, QoS, WiMax, VoIP, MPLS, etc. Ha participado en la puesta en operación de proyectos institucionales como el de la RedUNAM IPv6 e Internet2; en la implementación de IPv6 en RedCUDI y RedCLARA; en la puesta en operación de la Delta Metropolitana de Supercómputo (DeMeCAR), conocido como Laboratorio Nacional de Cómputo de Alto Rendimiento (LANCAD), usando fibra óptica propia por las líneas del STC Metro. Actualmente, trabaja en el proyecto "Predicción Tiempos del PumaBus", donde se busca integrar distintas tecnologías como: redes Mesh, RFID, IPv6, movilidad IP, etc. "
Chris Grundemann (JNCIE #449) is a passionate Internet Technologist and a strong believer in the Internet's power to aid in the betterment of humankind. In his current role as Director of Deployment and Operationalization (DO) at the Internet Society, Chris is focused on helping to get key Internet technologies, such as IPv6 and DNSSEC, deployed around the globe. He has over a decade of experience as both a network engineer and architect designing, building, and operating large IP, Ethernet, and Wireless Ethernet networks. Chris has 11 patents pending and is the author of Day One: Exploring IPv6 and Day One: Advanced IPv6 Configuration, as well as several IETF Internet Drafts, a CircleID blog, a personal weblog, and various other industry papers and blogs. He is the founding Chair of the Colorado chapter of the Internet Society (CO ISOC), CTO for the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force (RMv6TF), Chair of the NANOG Ad Hoc BCOP Committee (NANOG-BCOP), and a member of the NANOG Program Committee (PC). Chris has held previous positions with CableLabs, tw telecom, ARIN, CEA, UPnP, DLNA, and several others.
Dawn Bedard is currently an Architect within the Network Services group at Microsoft focusing on IP Address Management, DNS, and IPv6. Dawn has spent 20 years consulting for companies around the world in the IP Address Management (IPv4 and IPv6) and DNS field. For the last 9 years, she has been with a US government agency re-architecting the environment to implement standardization as well as align the infrastructure for the government mandates. This includes implementing DNSSEC and IPv6. In addition, Dawn has provided customized training courses for Fortune 500 companies in DNS, DNSSEC, DHCP, IPv6, and DHCPv6. Dawn holds advanced degrees in Bioengineering as well as Business.
Fabián Mejía is currently Chair of the Regional Interconnection Forum.
He received his degree in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering from the National Polytechnic School of Quito, Ecuador. His skills and expertise involve various aspects of telecommunications and the Internet including, among others, wired and wireless access networks, networking (CCNA, CCNP), IPv6, Linux system administration, computer security, and Internet governance. He also completed the Internet Society's Next Generation Leaders (NGL) program.
He is currently working for AEPROVI as Manager of NAP.EC, the Ecuadorean Internet exchange point. Among other activities, he has led major projects that have resulted in improved performance and stability of local Internet access services. Several of these projects have been pioneers in their respective fields, including the deployment of IPv6 at NAP.EC, hosting content delivery network nodes (CDN) in Ecuador, and the implementation of RPKI and origin validation at NAP.EC. He is a founding member of the Ecuador Chapter of the IPv6 Working Group (IPv6TF-EC) and member of the Board of the Latin American and Caribbean IXP Association (LAC- IX).
Es ingeniero electromecánico especializado en telecomunicaciones de la Universidad de Belgrano y posee un MBA de la Universidad del CEMA, donde se graduó con honores.
Con más de 20 años de experiencia en la industria de redes y tecnología de la información, se desempeña como Senior Product Manager en BT Global Services, teniendo a su cargo la gestión de todos los productos de conectividad para toda Latinoamérica, incluyendo la responsabilidad de Peering Manager. Previamente se desenvolvió en distintos puestos en COMSAT International y PECOM-NEC, desarrollando soluciones conectividad para centenas de clientes corporativos de alcance global. Participa como miembro de ISOC y LACNIC.
Ha participado de múltiples congresos y seminarios, exponiendo sobre múltiples temas de interés, incluyendo Casos de Exito en Proyectos de Acceso Ciudadano, IaaS, Cloud Services, IPv6 e IPAMs, Redes de Gobierno, Acceso Remoto Segurizado, Gestión de Aplicaciones Criticas, etc.
Durante los 90, ha sido precursor en tecnologías de Streaming y continúa siendo ferviente impulsor del desarrollo de Internet como medio de aprendizaje, inclusión social y distribución de medios digitales, con una capacidad única para interconectar personas, mejorando su calidad de vida y su entendimiento.
Felipe is currently LATAM lead at CloudFlare, a Cloud Services Company that protects and accelerates websites.
Felipe has been architecting security solutions for service providers for over 10 years. Recently he served as Manager Cloud security solutions at Damballa providing botnet mitigation solutions for ISP's in the Americas. Prior to that he served as Solutions Sales Manager at Nominum where he helped secure DNS for major ISP's and launched a program specific for ccTLD's.
Felipe has participated in prior LACNIC meetings in Ecuador and Curaçao and has spoken at the First-TC Forum.
Felipe studied Engineering at Texas A&M University and holds an MBA from ITESM and Thunderbird School of Global Management. Felipe holds a CISSP security certification.
Fernando Gont specializes in the field of communications protocols security, working for private and governmental organizations. Gont has worked on a number of projects for the UK National Infrastructure Security Co-ordination Centre (NISCC) and the UK Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) in the field of communications protocols security. As part of his work for these organizations, he has written a series of documents with recommendations for network engineers and implementers of the TCP/IP protocol suite, and has performed the first thorough security assessment of the IPv6 protocol suite. Gont is currently working as a security consultant and researcher for SI6 Networks (http://www.si6networks.com). Additionally, he is a member of the Centro de Estudios de Informatica (CEDI) at Universidad Tecnológica Nacional/Facultad Regional Haedo (UTN/FRH) of Argentina, where he works in the field of Internet engineering. As part of his work, Gont is active in several working groups of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), and has published more than a dozen IETF RFCs (Request For Comments) and more than a dozen IETF Internet-Drafts. In addition to developing new IPv6 attack and defense techniques, Gont has produced the SI6 Network's IPv6 Toolkit (<http://www.si6networks.com/tools/ipv6toolkit>) -- a portable and comprehensive security toolkit for the IPv6 protocol suite. Gont has been a speaker at a number of conferences and technical meetings about information security, operating systems, and Internet engineering, including: CanSecWest 2005, Midnight Sun Vulnerability and Security Workshop/Retreat 2005, FIRST Technical Colloquium 2005, Kernel Conference Australia 2009, DEEPSEC 2009, HACK.LU 09, HACK.LU 2011, DEEPSEC 2011, LACSEC 2012, Hackito Ergo Sum 2012, and Hack In Paris 2013. Additionally, he is a regular attendee of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) meetings. More information about Fernando Gont is available at his personal web site: http://www.gont.com.ar
Gerardo Rada is a Systems Engineer who graduated in 2006 from the National Experimental University of the Venezuelan Armed Forces (UNEFA). He has 8 years of experience in systems development and is currently working as Software and Development Engineer at LACNIC, where his main responsibility is managing and developing this organization's resource certification system https://rpki.lacnic.net/. While at the Venezuelan National Center for Technological Innovation (CENIT), in 2007 Gerardo was chosen to be a part of the Uruguay-Venezuela development team within the framework of the Genexus Ruby project. In 2008 he joined the technical team of CENIT's technological prospection project http://portal.cenit.gob.ve/cenitcms/noticia_2569_1.html which resulted in the publication of the Prospective Study on ICTs and the Digital Content Industries in Venezuela.
I have more than 23 years of experience in Technology Infrastructure and Information Security systems deployment, consulting and auditing. Prior to my current role as Chief Security Officer for .CO Internet, the ccTLD Registry, I held several CTO positions in the public and private sectors, and served as an ITC consultant and auditor for multiple private and public companies across a variety of industries.
With 10 years of prior service at the Computer Center of the University of Los Andes, in Bogotá, Colombia, I was a leading force in establishing and deploying BITNET and INTERNET connectivity for the country of Colombia. During my term at the University, I participated in annual Internet Society (ISOC) workshops and INET events around the world, developing skills and transferring technology and information security knowledge to the national academic community. With postgraduate studies in Telecommunications and Computer Science, I have Microsoft, IBM and CISCO certifications, and act as a CACert.org digital notary in Colombia.
Gregorio Manzano is a Venezuelan professional with 19 years of experience with Internet infrastructure design and management, including seven years working with Advanced Networks. He studied Computer Engineering and specialized in Telecommunications. He has participated in multiple forums within the framework of LACNIC and LACNOG and, most recently, ISOC, LAC-IGF and the IETF.
Hi has served as Head of Networks and Telecommunications at the National Center for Technological Innovation (CENIT) sin 2007. In this capacity, he is responsible for managing the Venezuelan National Academic Network (REACCIUN), on which has accumulated 12 years of experience. Between 2000 and 2007, he was IP Operations Supervisor at NETUNO.
Gregorio Manzano has 17 years of experience as Peering Coordinator. In addition, he has participated in various initiatives aimed at creating a Venezuelan IXP, establishing regional peering agreements, optimizing the use of existing networks, and deploying IPv6.
Hans Ludwing Reyes Chávez
Hans Reyes is currently Network Coordinator at CUDI (the Mexican University Corporation for Internet Development). CUDI is the Mexican research and education network, made up by major universities and research centers. Hans is in charge of evaluating, selecting and implementing the technologies, standards and services to be used by the CUDI network. He participated in the early days of the CLARA network and continues to participate in CLARA's working groups. He is also part of the working group for the creation of Mexico's first Internet exchange point. Hans Reyes holds a degree in Electronics for Telecommunications from UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico).
Hernán Arcidiácono is an Electronics Engineer. He graduated from Argentina's National Technological University and then went on to complete a Masters degree in Business Administration at CEMA University.
He is currently Technology and Operations Director at IPLAN, an Argentinian company that provides telecommunications and datacenter services.
Since 2009, he is responsible for NAP CABASE Buenos Aires, one of the 11 Internet exchange points operated by the Argentine Internet Chamber (CABASE).
He also participates in LAC-IX as part of its Fiscal Commission and leader of the CDN@IXP initiative, the purpose of which is to promote efficient interconnection of the CDNs operating at the region's IXPs.
Hernán Arcidiácono's teaching career began as Assistant Professor at the National Technological University. He then went on to become Head Professor at Universidad de Palermo's School of Engineering.
Juan Carlos Alonso
Juan Carlos Alonso (de Uruguay), se desempeña desde el 2007 como administrador de sistemas en Lacnic. Desde hace 20 años colabora como instructor en la Escuela Latinoamericana de Redes (WALC), entrenando a cientos de profesionales en la región, lo que le valió un reconocimiento especial en el 2012.
Joshua Motta (@joshuamotta) oversees Operations and Special Projects at CloudFlare. Joshua is no stranger to technology companies and start-ups. In 1999 he became the youngest engineer to work for Microsoft after his start-up was recognized by Jeff Raikes, head of Microsoft's Business Division. Joshua also worked in various technical capacities for Sprint and within Honeywell‚Äôs aerospace division prior to attending The University of Chicago where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa. Prior to joining CloudFlare Joshua spent five years in venture capital, private equity and investment banking including positions at Francisco Partners, a global private equity firm focused on technology, and in Goldman Sachs‚Äô London based Investment Banking team where he advised technology, media and telecommunications companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Lee Howard is the Director of Network Technology for Time Warner Cable. His team supports Network Engineering and Architecture by developing new technologies and identifying new partners for use on Time Warner Cable's network. He is responsible for the entire company's IPv6 program. In support of these efforts, he is an active participant in several IETF working groups, CableLabs, and other networking organizations and standards development organizations. Before Time Warner Cable, he worked for several very large and very small ISPs, and in IT networking for large and small enterprises. He spent several years on the Board of Trustees of ARIN, and a year on the ASO AC.
Luisa Villla y Battenberg has been LACNIC's Customer Services Manager for more than two years. This department is in charge of services relating to Internet number resource assignment, membership services, billing and new products, with emphasis on customer satisfaction.
She has extensive experience in the Internet industry and specializes in the Latin American region. Before joining LACNIC, Luisa lived in Cologne, Germany where she served as Regional Manager for Latin America at Sedo.com, specializing in the Internet domain name secondary market.
Her international academic studies include a Master's degree in Administrative Studies from the Boston College and a Communications Seminar at Harvard Extension School, both in the United States, as well as various courses in France and Germany. She graduated with honors and obtained her degree in International Relations from Mexico's Western Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESO).
Luisa is a Mexican citizen and is currently living in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Marc Eisenbarth is Security Architect and Manager of Research for Arbor Security Engineering and Response Team (ASERT). ASERT is responsible for tracking botnets, researching malware, postulating attribution and defending against distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. Much of Marc's current research centers on mining patterns and relationships among internal hosts and external threats, analyzing and leveraging domain name system (DNS) data, and applying "big data" principles to the computer security domain. Prior to joining Arbor Networks, he was a researcher at the HP Labs Cloud and Security Lab, Architect of Hewlett-Packard TippingPoint Intrusion Prevention System product and before that worked at a United States defense contractor. He holds an advanced degree from Columbia University in Computer Science.
Marco Velepucha Cuesta
Marco Velepucha Cuesta is Co-Founder and currently Executive Director of the Nettplus ISP in Ecuador and General Manager of Grupo VJ, a company involved in technology projects. He has a degree in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering and a Masters degree in Business Administration. He has more than 15 years of experience in the Telecommunications and IT sector, having worked for major companies such as Telefónica Ecuador, where he served as Head of Engineering Projects and worked on important projects such as the MPLS network and the Metro-Ethernet at national level, as well as for Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja, where he worked as Trainer, Teacher/Researcher and Project Engineer. His education and experience have helped him gain the skills needed to manage finances, market issues and strategy, and to become an entrepreneur in the ICT industry. He is a member of LACNIC and part of the Napla and LAC IPv6 TF mailing lists. He is currently working on IPv6 deployment projects and passive optical network (PON) analysis and implementation. firstname.lastname@example.org, +593998581596
Mehmet Akcin is Internet Evangelist for Microsoft. He has worked actively in Latin America and around the world deploying L-Root DNS Servers, teaching DNS , peering , internet exchange workshops for over 10 years. He was the Ceremony Administrator for Root DNSSEC KSK Signing Ceremonies and member of the Root DNSSEC design team. Prior to his work at ICANN, Mehmet has worked at several ccTLDs responsible DNS operations, DNSSEC, IPv6 Networking. Mehmet is also founder of the first Internet Exchange Point in Caribbean, IX-PR.
Dr. Natalia Stakhanova, who received her Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Iowa State University in 2007, is a security expert with a range of research interests in the information and network security field and oft-published author with over 30 journal, conference papers and reports. Natalia Stakhanova was the recipient of the Nokia Best Student Paper Award at The IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA). She served on the program committee of several conferences and workshops in area of information security and assurance, including the Annual Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust (PST). Natalia Stakhanova organized the Canadian Chapter of the Honeynet project where she assumed administrative and research responsibilities. Natalia developed a number of technologies that have been adopted by high-tech companies such as IBM. She currently has three patents in the field of computer security.
Pedro Joaquín es Director de Seguridad Corporativa de Websec México. Ha sido ponente en numerosos congresos nacionales e internacionales, incluyendo: BlackHat, Defcon, ToorCon, H2HC, Shmoocon y es el organizador principal del evento internacional GuadalajaraCON. En su blog Hakim.ws publica sus investigaciones referentes a dispositivos embebidos. Ha encontrado y publicado más de 15 vulnerabilidades de dispositivos utilizados en México. Es creador de la herramienta Routerpwn el repositorio más grande de exploits de ruteadores, y de la Comunidad Underground de México un foro dedicado exclusivamente a temas de seguridad de la información. Con más de 13 años de experiencia trabajando en la industria de la seguridad, Pedro esta famliarizado con numerosas tecnologías corporativas, realiza auditorías y pruebas de penetración a infraestructura SCADA, SAP, servidores WebLogic, servidores iPlanet, routers Cisco, Solaris, Checkpoint FW, Citrix y Active Directory por nombrar algunas.
Rubén Aquino Luna is Deputy Director of Information Security at DGTIC, UNAM. He has specialized in information security since 1999, having worked in areas such as incident detection and response, computer forensics, management systems, best practices, and raising awareness. Since 2009, he has been in charge of UNAM-CERT, the incident response team that serves both the University as well as other public and private Mexican organizations. He coordinates UNAM-CERT's participation in computer security interest groups and initiatives at regional and global level. Rubén has conducted information security forensic analyses, implemented information security projects considered relevant at national level, and presented at multiple national and international forums. He is currently working on his masters degree in Information Technologies and Administration.
Sebastián Bortnik es Gerente de Investigación y Tecnología en ESET Latinoamérica, compañía dedicada al desarrollo y comercialización de soluciones de protección antivirus.
Bortnik supervisa el trabajo de investigación realizado por el Laboratorio de ESET, para conocer las tendencias en seguridad y ataques informáticos. También lidera las actividades de concientización en seguridad informática de la empresa, como vocero para publicaciones en América Latina y brindando charlas en congresos, eventos y universidades. Además, es responsable de las áreas de Sistemas y Tecnología de la compañía.
Previo a su ingreso a ESET se desempeñó como Jefe de Sistemas en una empresa de telecomunicaciones, y posteriormente fue consultor de seguridad. Posee la certificación CISM (Certified Information Security Manager) otorgada por ISACA, así como especializaciones en redes (CISCO CCNA) y seguridad de la información.
Bortnik lidera Argentina Cibersegura, organización sin fines de lucro desarrollada por iniciativa de ESET Latinoamérica, que nuclea profesionales de distintas disciplinas con el objetivo de crear un espacio online seguro por medio de la concientización y educación de la comunidad.
Cursing MBA in Business Strategy Management, degree Information Security both UNISINOS (São Leopoldo - RS/Brasil), CISA, COBIT and ITIL and ISO / IEC 20000. Have experience in managing IT infrastructure and support, and is currently a consultant in Information Security at the Defenda Business Protection Solution & Services exercising activities in the information security governance, risk management, compliance and global audits.
Sergio is currently responsible for Lacnic's Registration Services department.
He joined Lacnic in 2009, the organization charged with managing Internet numbering resources (IPv4, IPv6 and ASNs) for the region of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Sofía Silva Berenguer holds a degree in Telematics Engineering from Universidad de Montevideo and is currently Senior Security and Stabiity Specialist at the Internet Address Registry for Latin America and the Caribbean (LACNIC). She originally joined LACNIC's Registration Services Department as Hostmaster/Policy Officer, and later went on to work as Infrastructure, Systems and Security Engineer within the organization's Technical Department.
Before joining LACNIC, Sofia worked in IBM Uruguay's Networking department and was Head of Computer Security for an outsourcing project by IBM.
Stephan Lagerholm is an IPv6, DNS and IT-security expert. He is currently employed at Secure64 Software Corporation where he is responsible for the design and roll-out of complex DNS solutions at large service providers worldwide. Stephan's background includes leadership positions at the largest networking and security system integrator in Scandinavia, and working for leading DNS and IPv6 product vendors. Stephan is CISSP certified and holds a Master of Science degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from Uppsala University in Sweden. Stephan is also one of the directors at the Texas IPv6 Task Force
Timo Hirvonen, Senior Researcher for the Security Response Team, has been working closely with F-Secure's proprietary behavior-based DeepGuard technology for over three years. Timo is an expert in exploit analysis with an emphasis in malicious Java, Flash, and PDF files. Timo has presented at T2 Infosec Conference, Scandinavian Cybercrime Conference, and Microsoft Digital Crimes Consortium. Timo's mission is to keep the good guys safe by studying the latest tricks the bad guys use.
Tom is a Network Engineer at CloudFlare, based in San Francisco, California. Tom's role is looking after CloudFlare's global Anycast network as well as expanding it, ensuring best performance globally. The role also extends to making the internet better, by giving hundreds of thousands of websites performance equivalent to the Internet Giants. Starting working in Australia, Tom has been involved in Asia Pacific Internet over the past 8 years working for a number of ISPs and Carriers throughout the region, including in Hong Kong and Australia.
William da Costa
William da Costa trabalha com Tecnologia há 12 anos dos quais 7 foram dedicados a Segurança da Informação, atua como Coordenador/Consultor Senior na TRTEC (www.trtec.com.br) se formou em Tecnólogo em Redes de Computadores pela Faculdade Sumaré, possui as seguintes certificações CISSP, CEH,CEPT. Já apresentou palestras na BsidesSP 7, BsidesSP 8, Faculdade de tecnologia Estadual de Mauá/SP, tem 12 falhas de vulnerabilidades WEBs publicadas (CVEs).
Xing Li is a Professor in the Electronic Engineering Department at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. He received his B. S. in radio electronics from Tsinghua University, Beijing in 1982, and his M.S. and Ph. D. in electrical engineering from Drexel University, USA in 1985 and 1989, respectively. His research activities and interests include compute networks, communication and statistical signal processing. He is deputy director of China Education and Research Network (CERNET) Center, working on the design and operation of the CERNET (IPv4) and China Next Generation Internet (CNGI-CERNET2, IPv6).
Xing Li is member of IAB (Internet Architecture Board), co-chair of CCIRN (Coordinating Committee for Intercontinental Research Networking) and Chair of Internet Sub Chapter of Computer Society of China. Xing Li is former Chair of APNG (Asia pacific Network Group), Member of APNIC Executive Council. He is co-author of 8 RFCs, including the IPv4/IPv6 transition specifications (RFC4925, RFC6052, RFC6145, etc).