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Friday, October 28 • 2:55pm - 3:30pm
B’Envoy-age to Pre-Quantum Encryption - Daniel Rouhana, Independent; Emma Dickenson, Washington State University; Doron Podoleanu, F5

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Reverse proxies, services meshes and API Gateways are booming as the cloud native motion soars and eats the world. Meanwhile, the implications of fault-tolerant quantum computers and the variety of actors pursuing such capabilities threaten the underlying security and integrity of widely used software and network stacks. What happens to cloud native stacks, organizations which operate cloud stacks and to the operators when faced with an adversary who possesses a quantum computer? The issue necessitated the development of novel protocols and schema to protect the free flow of information across the internet. While public cloud providers are leading the industry charge in that aspect, the most popular reverse proxies, service meshes, and other commonly used software seems to not address those issues. In this panel we would like to share with you our work which includes the inception of quantum resistant cloud stack. We are porting Envoy and Istio to run quantum resistant cryptography algorithms across the stack thus incepting quantum resistant cloud native stack. We hope to see continued expansion of the effort is needed to cover multiple projects, undoubtedly with the help of the open-source community.

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Doron Podoleanu

Senior Engineering Director / Architect, F5
Highly productive technology leader (Head of R&D/ CTO). Proven ability to lead multiple highly skilled engineering teams of up to ~100 engineers/Devops/SREs/Data scientists. History of architecting large scale cloud systems. Currently focusing on security. Experienced in cloud infrastructure... Read More →
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Daniel Rouhana

I am a post-baccalaureate student pursuing a BS in Computer Science. My previous academic background produced a BS in Chemistry from the University of Washington, giving me problem solving and critical thinking skills that I bring to my computer science work. I have a strong OOP background... Read More →
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Emma Dickenson

Student, Washington State University
I am an undergraduate student pursuing a BS in Computer Science at Washington State University. One of my major areas of focus in school is quantum computing. I am also passionate about software testing, and throughout the school year and summer, I work as a Quality Engineer. In addition... Read More →

Friday October 28, 2022 2:55pm - 3:30pm EDT
140 DEFG
  Security + Identity + Policy