Security and Hacking of IPv6

Technical lecture about security and IPv6

March 25th, 2013, 6 to approx. 8 pm

Digicomp, Limmatstrasse 50, 8005 Zürich

Event sponsor:

Digicomp. IPv6 Hands-on courses.

Target audience:
Security responsibles, network engineers, IT Professionals


IPv6 is finally taking off. Time to deal with security issues in production IPv6 environments. Frank Herberg takes the opportunity to give a short overview of security topics around IPv6. The second  part of the event belongs to practical IPv6 attack scenarios and the corresponding hacking tools. At the end of the event, we will have enough time for questions and answers. 


17:30 - 18:00Pre-Lounge-Networking and Welcome
18:00 - ca 19:00

Presentation "Security und Hacking" by Frank Herberg

19.00 - ca 19:20Q&A and Diskussion
followed byNetworking Apero, open end


Duration: 60 minutes, followed by 20 minutes Q&A
Cost: CHF 20.- per participant (collected at the event)
Apero with snacks and open end starts around 7.20 pm



Frank Herberg, Security, Switch

Frank Herberg engages himself since 1995 with TCP/IP. First he was responsible  for the operations of a big, heterogeneous network. Later he accomplished different infrastructure and security projects as a consultant in the banking and technology industry. Since 2012 he works for the security team of Switch. Frank Herberg is a Swiss IPv6 Council Board Member.

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