Speaker Profiles (alphabetical order)
Intec NetCore, Inc.
Received Master of Science from the University of Tokyo in 1986.
intERLab/AIT and THNIC
Pensri Arunwatanamongkol gradated in 1989 from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand in Computer Engineering and obtained her M.Eng. in Computer Science from Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand in 1994. She joined the Computer Science Program (now the Computer Science and Information Management Field), Asian Institute of Technology in 1990. She has involved with Thailand Network Information Center (THNIC) since the establishment of THNIC in 1991 as the technical contact of .th. She is currently a Research Specialist I in the Internet Education and Research Laboratory (intERLab)/AIT, while at the same time is also the assistant to the THNIC's director.
Technical Leader, Cisco Systems
Salman Asadullah, a Technical Leader at Cisco Systems, has been designing and troubleshooting large-scale IP and multiservice networks for over nine years. He has represented Cisco at industry panel discussion and technical conferences such as Networkers, APRICOT, NANOG, SANOG, IETF and several IPv6 Forum events. He is a author/contributor of IETF documents,technical articles, and white papers, as well as two books, Cisco CCIE Fundamentals: Network Design & Case Study, and PDIO of the IPT Networks. Salman holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Arizona and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Kansas.
Manager Afghanistan Network Information Center and technical .af ccTLD
1997-2003 Instructor, C.D.P Computer Training Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan
Senior Software Engineer, Cisco Systems Inc
Javed Asghar works for Cisco Systems as a senior Software Engineer in the Core Internet Backbone Router Organization a.k.a Cisco 12000 Series,
specializing in ATM, Ethernet, Frame Relay and advanced MPLS Technologies.
Chief Scientist, Extreme Networks
Mr. Atkinson is a past member of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB), serving from 1999 through 2002. While on the IAB, he coordinated the IAB workshop on Network Management. He has been active in Internet standards in the IETF for over 15 years. He has been co-chair of the IP Security WG and the One-Time Passwords (OTP) WG. He is the original inventor of the IP Security protocols, ESP and AH, and author or editor of numerous other Internet RFCs. He also has worked in Network Engineering for a large multi-national ISP. He currently performs networking research in his role as Chief Scientist for Extreme Networks.
Vice President/General Manager, Routing Technology Group
Ph.D. in Electronics Engineering, Information & Communications University
Master of Engineering in Electronics, Seoul City University
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics, Han-Yang University
Director of Overseas Internet Division
Director of Global Hubbing Business Division
Director of Global Business Planning Division
Director of Global Broadband Business Division
Director of e-Commerce Division
Director of Internet Service Development Division
Director of SI/NI Business Division
Joined KT as an associate researcher
John Harper, Vice President of Cisco Systems, is responsible for the development of IP Routing in Cisco's IOS software, which runs on all of Cisco's router product range. His responsibility includes all of the platform-independent software for routing protocols, multicast, IP mobility, IP security, and IP services. This consists currently of around 350 people, in several locations including San Jose, London, Edinburgh and North Carolina.
Previously, John founded and was managing director of Q3 Consulting, providing strategic and technical consulting services covering the convergence of computing technology and telecommunications. Q3 grew in four years to an annual turnover which exceeded £500,000. Q3's largest single assignment was to build a technical team responsible for the design and procurement for a satellite-based multimedia communications system at Inmarsat, the world's leading operator of communications satellites. This system will enter service in 2003.
John's expertise includes business strategy, management, and in-depth technical expertise covering all aspects of computing and telecommunications. He is accustomed to working at board level and with customers at senior levels, and works well with groups and people at all levels in a company. He has a sound background in engineering, strategic and business management, as well as a strong technical understanding of telecommunications (including Internet and multimedia as well as traditional networks), Web technology, distributed client/server computing, object-oriented technology and computer networks.
He has worked extensively in international and multicultural organizations, and has worked in several countries including the UK, the US, France and Germany. For many years he held the chair of one of the largest international standards groups dealing with computing technology, with up to 100 representatives from all major countries.
Prior to creating Q3 Consulting, John was with Digital Equipment for 20 years, finishing as Technical Director and Engineering Manager for the Telecommunications Industry,
at its centre in Sophia Antipolis, France.
Here he directed DigitalÔs strategy for the telecommunications industry.
His responsibilities included the widely-used TeMIP product for TMN, and a suite of products for Intelligent Networks. Previously, he was Technical Director for DigitalÔs Wide Area Network products, based in Reading, England, with responsibility for router and bridge products and for integration of Internet and OSI standards with the Digital Network Architecture (DECnet).
Mark became involved in the Auto-ID Centre in 2001 and has been active in a variety of areas including:
the Auto-ID Automation Laboratory in Cambridge
development of the PML Service / EPC Information Service
web-based graphical interfaces for remote visibility/tracking
web-based Auto-ID business calculator to calculate benefits, ROI etc.
Auto-ID European adoption programme
data-driven conversion engine to support multiple EPC tag data standards
Mark has written and co-authored a number of Auto-ID Centre white papers and has given presentations on Auto-ID at board meetings, the EPC Symposium and elsewhere.
Mark was involved with the initiation of the Auto-ID European Adoption Programme, which is co-ordinating Auto-ID pilot activities in Europe.
Mark has a first class BA and PhD in Physics from the University of Cambridge. Following his PhD, Mark was a Research Fellow at St. John's College, Cambridge from 1994-1997. After further research at the Universitat Marburg in Germany during 1997-1999, Mark returned to Cambridge, joining Cambridge Advanced Electronics plc. as a Software Engineer. With CAE, Mark initially undertook work for Cambridge Display Technology and Plastic Logic Ltd., then became actively involved in the development of an internet data synchronisation service and automated data capture tools for Internet-Extra Ltd.
Dr. Riad Hartani is a Chief Network Architect with Caspian Networks in San Jose, a developer of next generation packet/optical switching systems.
Prior to that, he held senior engineering and research positions with Nortel Networks in Ottawa, Hitachi Central Research Labs in Tokyo,
the University of California at Berkeley and the French National Research Center in Paris.
He obtained his doctorate in Computer Science with "highest honors" from the University of Paris in 1995.
His major interests include packet and optical networking systems design and networking architectures. Riad is also an active contributor to the IETF, ATMF, IEEE and the OIF.
Joined International Digital Communications (now Cable and Wireless IDC) in the role of Internet Service Planning and Sales.
Joined Japan Network Information Center (JPNIC) and has focused on international research and collaboration on address policy.
Hotta is responsible for corporate planning and business development of JPRS. He is also a Council member of ICANN ccNSO. Before coming aboard to JPRS, he engaged in research and development of products and services at NTT. He served as a council member of ICANN DNSO, a member of ICANN IDN Registry Implementation Committee and Chair of APIA (Asia & Pacific Internet Association). He holds Master's degree of Electronic Engineering from Osaka University.
Ishii joined AsiaNetcom in March 2003. He has been Director IP Engineering and working on the Network Design, Engineering, development and implementation of the AsiaNetcom Global IP/MPLS network.
Prior to this position, He held the position of Director, IP Network Engineering and Operation for Global Crossing Japan , AsiaGlobalCrossing, where he was responsible for the Operation and Engineering of the Asia GlobalCrossing IP/MPLS network. In addition, He worked with Global Crossing Advanced Technology Group and led the deployment of GlobalCrossing global IP/MPLS network and MPLS based IP-VPN in Asia.
He is co-chair of Asia-Pacific Network Operators forum (APOPS) under APNIC. He is also a founder of Japan Network Operator's Group (JANOG) and MPLS program committee of MPLS Japan Technical conference in Japan.
Satoshi Ishiyama is Vice President, Corporate Planning and Business Development, for NTT Communications.
Mr. Ishiyama joined NTT in 1980 and has more than 15 years experience in telecom/internet business strategy planning and new business development.
He is currently responsible for IPv6 applications development for NTT Communcations. He is also administration office representative of Ubiquitous Open Platform Forum (UOPF) and an executive member of IPv6 Promotion Council of Japan.
Shinichi Iwata is a Product Manager in Ariel Networks, a "Peer-To-Peer (P2P) company." He is responsible for P2P applications such as P2P group-ware and Ariel ProjectA. He is also an evangelist/consultant on P2P technologies and P2P applications.
Graduated from Keio University in Physics.
Worked for Lotus Japan R&D center as a software engineer responsible for Domino for AS/400, NotesPump (Lotus Enterprise Integrator).
Worked for Microsoft MSN division as a network-PM.
At the University of Oregon I divide my time between supporting the HPC and large-scale application needs of our campus user community, and system administration, support and teaching activities for various projects housed at the U of O. They include the Oregon Videolab, Network Startup Resource Center, Oregon Routeviews project, and the Beyond BGP Project.
Merike Kaeo is the author of 'Designing Network Security', published by Cisco Press, which has been published in eight languages and is being used as a curriculum textbook in a variety of network security courses. She was a lead member of the first Cisco security initiative, has acted as a technical advisor for numerous security start-up companies, and has been an instructor and speaker at a variety of global security-related conferences.
Merike is a member of the IEEE and was the co-chair of the IETF IPPM (IP Performance Metrics) working group from 2000-2003. Prior to founder her own company, Merike was employed by Cisco Systems, Inc., where she worked primarily on technical issues relating to router performance, network routing protocols, network design, and network security.
Merike received her BSEE from Rutgers University in 1987 and completed her MSEE degree from George Washington University in 1998.
Based in Singapore, Meng-Chow is the regional Chief Security & Privacy Advisor for Microsoft Asia Pacific region. His current responsibilities include developing and implementing the Microsoft's trustworthy computing strategy in the region, and providing advice and guidance to customers and IT professionals on security best practices and solutions for implementing and managing information security in their organizations.
Meng-Chow has been a practicing information security professional for more than 17 years, with experiences spanning from technical to management in the various security and risk management roles that he has held in the Singapore government, major financial institutions, and security technology provider. His last position prior to Microsoft was Vice President and Regional Information Risk Officer of JPMorganChase.
Meng-Chow has recently been appointed as a board member of the Asia Advisory Board for the International Infor mation Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2). Since 1998, Meng-Chow has also been concurrently chairing the Singapore's IT Security and Privacy Standards Technical Committee (SPSTC).
Meng-Chow received his MSc degree in Information Security (with Distinction) from the Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London. He has been a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) since 1997, and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) since 1998.
Mr. Kant is well recognized in the IT industry as a visionary and renowned expert in the area of Switching technologies and Enterprise Systems and Security Management and has over 18 years of technical and managerial experience with network, software design and development, and has an in-depth knowledge of large-scale project implementations including e-commerce, the economics, and use of standardized hardware and software strategies. He has extensive background in hardware, software development coupled with experience in deploying the technologies. Mr. Kant also has been extensively written in various trade magazines.
At Applico Security as a Founder Mr. Kant is involved in developing leading edge security technologies for voice data convergence leading to MOIP switches.
Prior to coming to Juniper he was a Senior Member of Technical Staff for Hill Associates, a telecom training and consulting firm, and a consultant in private practice in New York City. He is a regular speaker at networking conferences and trade shows, including APRICOT, NANOG, MPLS Forum Japan, and SuperComm. Matt is an author of two books, "IP Telephony" McGraw-Hill, 1999) and "Juniper Networks Routers: The Complete Reference" (McGraw-Hill, 2002), and has published many technical and non-technical articles in industry journals and elsewhere.
Mr. Kompella is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff with the IP Networks Division of Alcatel, specializing in the development of MPLS protocols and services. He is an active participant and co-author of standards work in the IETF's L2VPN and PWE3 working groups and has been published in IEEE and ACM journals. He is best known as co-author of ietf-draft-l2vpn-vpls-ldp (formerly draft-lasserre-vkompella) and is a leading contributor to the standardization and deployment of multi-point Ethernet services. Previously Mr. Kompella was networking architect at Network Alchemy, a developer of VPN solutions acquired by Nokia, and a senior staff engineer with IBM's Network Software Division, leading SNA/IP integration strategy and firewall development. Mr. Kompella received his Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur and his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California,San Diego. He has also received research fellowships from IBM, Loral and DEC.
Dr. Okhwa Lee is a Professor of Computer Education at Chungbuk National University in Korea after receiving BS from Ewha women's university in Korea and Master's and Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin USA.
Before she joined the Chungbuk National University, she was a research fellow at Korea Educational Development Institute (KEDI) and Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) where she participated in the development of educational policies and dissemination of the computer education for primary and secondary school levels in Korea.
Dr. Lee's work includes e-learning for tertiary level as well as primary and secondary level and vocational education and informal education. She is an author of 7 books (the most recent one is educational content design in 2004) and about 50 articles on topics such as online learning, development of instructional contents, collaborative learning technologies, computer education curriculum and instructional materials development, professional development and dissemination of educational Innovation. She has been a speaker on distance learning, online teaching and learning at conferences and universities in Taiwan, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Philippines, Japan, Russia and the USA for more than 18 years. She has been active in various international organizations (UNESCO, UNDP) and professional societies such as Internet Society, international contents contest ThinkQuest, educational technology society and computer education society.
She has been a committee member for various board meetings of the government (ministry of education, ministry of industry and resources, ministry of government and home affairs, ministry of science and technology). She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or via her homepage at http://edu.chungbuk.ac.kr/~ohlee/.
Univ. of Colorado at Boulder, BS, Computer Science Applications with Math.
Dongguk Univ. at Seoul, ME, Computer Security
worked at Korea Information Security Agency
Currently with NCA (National Computerization Agency) as a Senior Researcher
Received B.E and MBA of Management Information System.
In 1986 he joined to the LG Group, where he started his career as a system engineer of Optical Communication System design, LAN and CATV network integration. Since joining NCA in 1996, he has been involved in many NII projects and IPv6 promotion. Now he is responsible for National BcN deployment plan and BcN pilot projects on KOREN.
James Lick has been involved in Internet technologies for over 16 years and has been active in anti-spam issues for over 9 years. He has been active in operating a small ISP, tcp.com, for over 12 years, and is currently an IT Consultant for a variety of small businesses. His prior experience includes 8 years as a SysAdmin and IT Architect for Sun Microsystems.
Edward Lewis has travelled far and wide, worked long and hard to bring the DNS Security Extensions into reality. Beginning with implementing the first zone signer, he has spent considerable time working within the IETF, conducting workshops and training sessions on DNS and DNSSEC, including activities in the Asia-Pacific region at APRICOT conferences in 2001, 2002, and 2003 and KRNIC in 2004.
Currently he is employed by NeuStar/NeuLevel to perform liaison activities between internal registry operations and external organizations.
Prior to joining NeuStar/NeuLevel he worked for the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), Network Associates, Trusted Information Systems,
the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, and the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
At each employment stop the Internet, especially the DNS, has been a big part of his daily responsibilities.
Prof. Ma Yan has been in the executive committee of China Education and Research Network (CERNET) since 1994. He is the co-supervisor of CERNET NIC dealing with the IP address allocation/assignment and domain name registration. He has also been in charge of the operation of North China regional network of CERNET, which connects the universities in Beijing, Shanxi and Inner Mongolia.
He is deputy director of Information Network Center of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT). His responsibility is for the planning, construction and operation of computer campus network of BUPT since 1994. He has lots of experience on the IP addressing technical plan as a campus network administrator.
He is a professor in Computer Science and Engineering Department of BUPT and has been teaching and doing research in the field of computer network and telecommunications since 1982. He has been leading several national key technology research projects, including network management, mobile and wireless network, IPv6, multimedia transmission and distance learning. He is doing consulting work for Telecoms in China.
He is also very active in the Internet related international events. He was the ex-convenor of APEC TEL HRDSG (Human Resource Development Steering Group) during the year of 2000-2001. He has successfully leaded the HRDSG taken the job.
ROOT Inc., which Hiroshi Mano has established in 1993 provides highly sophisticated solution for Digital wireless communication,
and has developed a series of high-speed wireless IP routers, which has been introduced to many Japanese schools and local government agencies.
Mano has also participated in numerous government funded R&D projects and local government committees to promote the computerization of the rural areas in Japan with wireless IP technology.
Mano has authored several treatises and books regarding the configuration of Wireless IP networks and its better application to actual projects.
Date of Birth: 1960 in Tokyo
Academic Background: Bachelor of Engineering, Shonan Institute of Technology (1983)
1983: KASUGA SEIKI MFG. CO., LTD.
1986: ASIA ELECTRONICS INC.,
1988: CREATE-GIKEN,INC., Director
1993: Established ROOT Inc., CEO
Vesna Manojlovic has beenworking as a trainer for RIPE NCC for 6 years. Three years ago she developed an hands-on course: "Routing Registry for LIRs" (together with Andy Linton, network engineer from Wellington, New Zealand). She's been delivering and further developing this course since, giving presentations on related conferences, and researching on tools for utilising Routing Registry and configuring routers based on RPSL information.
After gaining experience with a domestic integrator,
Joined NETMARKS INC.
System Engineer on the first domestic IP Telephony system introduction to a large enterprise in Japan
Has been working as a consultant on IP Telephony after designing IP Telephony systems for numerous enterprises
Prior to joining Arbor, Danny was Director of Emerging Technology at Amber Networks, which was acquired by Nokia. He has more than 10 years experience as a network architect for global Internet Service Providers such as Qwest and MCI.
Danny currently chairs the Internet Engineering Task Forces (IETF) PWE3 Working Group and is a member of several IETF Area directorates and Internet research groups. He is a common contributor within the Routing, Operations, and Internet Areas of the IETF and global network operations community, and is active within VPN & MPLS standardization and deployment effort. He is also a member of the FCC's Network Reliability and Interoperability Council (NRIC) and the MPLScon Advisory Board. He has authored a number of Internet protocol standards, books and other documents related to Internet routing protocols, network security, Internet addressing and network operations. His most recent work, Practical BGP, was published in mid-2004.
Itaru Mimura joined the Central Research Laboratory Hitachi Ltd., in 1984,
where he has worked on digital video signal processing, High-Definition video ATM-CODEC and IP network equipment such as Giga/sub-terabit routers.
His research effort was adopted Hitachis Gigabit router product (GR2000/4000).
In October 2004, he joined ALAXALA Network that is joint Network Equipment Company funded by NEC and Hitachi. His new job is development technologies breakthrough for next generation IP router/switch products.
He was a research affiliate of the Media Laboratory, MIT from 1991 to 1992.
Recently, he is elected as a Board of Governors of the IEEE Computer Society, and will serve as the position 2005-2007.
Hao Min is currently research director of Auto-ID Labs at Fudan University. He is also professor and director of ASIC & Systems State Key Laboratory, Fudan University.
Hao got his Ph.D degree from the department of material science, Fudan University in 1991 and then served as an associate professor in the ASIC & Systems State Key Laboratory of Fudan University. From 1995 to 1998, he worked as visiting associate professor in the department of electrical engineering, Stanford University, USA focusing on low power mixed signal VLSI design especially on the design and characterizing of CMOS image sensors. At the same time, he worked as a consultant for several semiconductor companies.
From 1998, he served as professor and director of ASIC & Systems State Key Laboratory, Fudan University and worked on the smart card and RFID chip technology.
Dr. Min's research areas include VLSI architecture, mixed signal IC design, digital signal processing, image processing, etc. He has published more than 40 papers in journals and conferences.
Jin Mitsugi received BS from Nagoya University and MS from Tokyo University in 1985 and 1987, respectively. He joined NTT Electric Communication Laboratory in 1987 and had been working in the field of Satellite Communication. He received doctor degree from Tokyo University in 1996. He has been serving as Associate Director for Auto-ID Lab Japan since April of 2004.
He graduated from the Faculty of Science, the Hokkaido University in 1988.
Joined Yokogawa Electric Corporation in 2001. He is working for TAHI Project since 1998. Initially he was in charge of interoperability test.
Now he is also in charge of Conformance test. He is working for Certification WG of IPv6 Promotion Council(v6PC) as the vice chairman since 2002. And he is working for v6LC, which is running the IPv6 Ready Logo Program, as a Technical Officer since 2002.
Chairman of TAHI Project
Vice Chairman of Certification WG of v6PC
Technical Officer of v6LC
Graduated with an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering
Joined Sagamihara Laboratory, Takachiho Burroughs Corporation
(later Nihon Unisys, Ltd.)
Graduated from Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
Joined Matsushita Graphic Communications
In the 1980's, Mizutani worked on the development of the PSTN modem and the establishment of the ITU V series recommendations.
In the late 1990's, he worked on the standardization of FAX over IP technology, contributing to IETF RFC2305. Of recent he has focused his efforts on the promotion and deployment of IPv6. At Panasonic, Mizutani has furthered the advancement of the VoIP, Network Camera, FAX over IP and Home Networking business groups.
He is currently CTO, Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
Moiz joined Cisco Systems in August of 1999. Initially, he worked at the Technical Assistance Center - TAC.
where his focus was routing protocols and MPLS.
Later on, he moved to Advanced Services where he worked on different SP accounts.
Currently he is working as a Technical Marketing Engineer with primary focus on MPLS and related technologies.
Moiz has an extensive experience in designing SP and Enterprise networks.
He has presented at various forums. Moiz has a MS in Electrical Engineering with specialization in Telecommunication from California State University Long Beach. He also has a CCIE in Routing/Switching
Tak Morinobu received a Master of Engineering from the University of Tokyo in 1997. He joined NTT in 1997, where he has worked as an engineer on design, implementation and operation of the NTT Global IP Network, ntt.net. He also worked on the developing numerous global IP services on the ntt.net network.
Currently, he works with various enterprise companies to accomodate various network systems nationwide in Japan.
Monique Morrow is currently CTO Consulting Engineer at Cisco Systems, Inc.
She has over 20 years experience in IP internetworking that includes design, implementation of complex customer projects and service development for service providers. Monique has been involved in developing managed Network Services like Remote Access and LAN Switching in a Service Provider environment.
Monique has worked for both enterprise and service provider companies in the United States and in Europe.
Monique led the Engineering Project team for one of the first European MPLS-VPN deployments in 1999 for a European service provider.
Monique is co-author of the book Designing IP-Based Services: Solutions for Vendors and Service Providers (Morgan-Kaufmann, 2002). Monique has been a technical reviewer for the book, International QoS Architectures and Mechanisms, Zheng Wang (Morgan-Kaufmann, 2001); she has contributed a chapter on MPLS in the book, Networks : Internet-Telephony-Multimedia, Convergences and Complementarities, De Boeck Diffusion, 2002 (France Telecom Lead) and was content reviewer for the book, MPLS and VPN Architectures, Vol 2, Jim Guichard et al, Cisco Press, 2003.
Monique is currently working on three books one exploring business aspects for MPLS; another discussing security for MPLS-VPN and the third book that presents enterprise drivers and concerns for IP-based service delivery.
Monique is active in both the IETF and ITU-T SG 13 with a focus on OAM. She has a M.S in Telecommunications Management and an MBA. Monique is also a Cisco Certified Engineering Expert (#1711).
Born in March 1955 in Tokyo.
Graduated Keio University in 1979, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science and Technology
MS in Computer Science from Keio University, 1981
Ph.D in Computer Science, Keio University, 1987
Executive Director, Keio Research Institute at SFC
President of Japan Network Information Centre (JPNIC).
Appointed as one of the Advisory Members of IT Strategy Headquarters established within the Cabinet in August 2000.
Adjunct Professor at Institute of Advanced Studies, United Nations University.
He also teaches at Tokyo University of Art and Music.
Specialized in computer science, computer network and computer communication.
Recent publications include "Explorers! of the Wonderful Internet", Tarojirosha Editus Co Ltd. September 2003
"Internet II", Iwanami Publication, July 1998
"Evolution and Revolution of the Internet in Japan", Proceedings of CyberJapan: Technology, Policy Society Symposium, The Library of Congress, May, 1996
1992: Chairman of Local Arrangements INET92 Kobe
1993-1995: a Member of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB)
1996-1997: a member of IAHC
1997-2000: Board of Trustees of the Internet Society (ISOC).
2000: INET2000 Program Co-Chair
1998-2003: The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Board of Directors
He received a Master of Engineering from the University of Kyushu in 1997. After joining NTT, he gained experience of the following tasks mainly.
NW Design and Service Planning to launch ISP business of some oversea companies.
NW Implementation & Operation for OCN & NTT/VERIO
From 2003, he joined SoftbankBB Corp. and lead the Yahoo!BB backbone network operation. Currently, he's in charge of total operation improvement as a manager of the Operation Planning Group.
Born in Kanagawa in 1967.
He received a B.S. degree from Chiba University, Japan, in 1990 and M.S.
Degree from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, in 1992.
In 1992, he joined the Research and Development Center at Toshiba Corporation, where he began research, development, and operational work on a cell switching router (CSR) design which would become the basis of label switching technologies such as MPLS. He concurrently worked on standardization of the technology in the IETF MPLS working group where he authored RFCs concerned with the CSR and MPLS.
He received a Ph.D from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, in 2001, and joined Intec NetCore, Inc. in 2002 as Chief Scientist General Manager, Research and Development Division
Received Master of Science from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan in 1993. He joined Intec, Inc. in 1993. Since joining Intec, he has been conducting laboratory research of Internet management and operations, next generation Internet technology, IX (Internet eXchange) and MPLS.
He established Intec NetCore, Inc. in 2002. He has been furthering research in the areas of MPLS and "Reliable Network Technologies".
Simon Newstead is the Product Manager responsible for Mobile, Voice and Edge for Juniper Networks in Asia Pacific, based in Hong Kong.
In this role, Simon works together with leading wireless and voice/NGN operators in Japan, Korea, China and other parts of Asia Pacific, helping to define and rollout new services, and in the design the network infrastructure to support them.
Mr Vincent Ng is a Technical Marketing Engineer for Cisco's CCMS Business Unit, which develops the CRS-1 and GSR Core IP Router.
He supports the Asia Pacific region and his focus is on IP/MPLS core routing technologies.
Vincent has been in the internetworking industry for over 10 years and joined Cisco in 1999. Prior to Cisco, he has held several Consulting and Project Management positions for Equant, Ascom Timeplex and Dowty, and he has got his CCIE since 1996.
Joined TDI, Co., Ltd.
Joined Little eArth Corporation Co., Ltd. (LAC)
He worked on the development of communication software and middleware. Subsequently, he carried out initial development and introduction of Open POS (Windows POS) systems, cooperating with Siemens Nixdorf in Germany. Nishimoto continues to focus on the operation of durable systems from the point of view of prevention from illegal access.
He has lectured frequently on Information Security at the College of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Government Ministries, exhibitions, and conferences.
He is currently the JSOC (Japan Security Operation Center) Chief Director at Little eArth Corporation Co., Ltd. (LAC), a Director of the NPO Japan Network Security Association and holds a seat at the Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kumamoto University.
Shoji Nishiura is the group leader responsible for planning and designing of 3G mobile IP/Packet network for Vodafone Japan. Before joining Vodafone, he served as an senior solution architect of OSS and management systems for Telecom and Next Generation Networks at Agilent Technologies and Hewlett-Packard.
Joel Obstfeld has been with Cisco Systems since 1998. He is a technical leader within the IOS-XR Deployment Engineering team focussing on the CRS-1. Previous role have included critical and strategic account engagement with major 12000-series customers both in EMEA and Asia-PAC as well as Advanced services support for major EMEA ISPs such as British Telecom. He has extensive practical experience of implementing and supporting large-scale service provider routing environments.
1988.3 M.E. in Computer Science, Kyoto University.
1988.4 Instructor, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University.
1994.7 Associate Professor, Data Processing Center, Kyoto University
1998.4 Associate Professor, Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
2002.4 Professor, Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University
After 12 years of computer industry experience, she started her research on "Internet and the higher education" area at United Nations University, Institute of Advanced Studies in 1996. She has been leading the "School of Internet (SOI)" research group in WIDE Project since 1997 where she conducts reserach and expreiment of distance education.
Dr. Koji OKAMURA is a Associate Professor at the Computer and Communications Center, Kyushu University, Japan.
He received B.S. and M.S. Degree in Computer Science and Communication Engineering from Kyushu University, Japan. He worked as a researcher of MITSUBISHI Electronic Corporation, Japan for several years and as a Research Associate at the Graduate School of Information Science, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan and Computer Center, Kobe University, Japan.
He is a member of WIDE, ITRC, GENKAI, HIJK projects which focus on Asia and the Application Area Director of APAN.
His interests are Internet and Next Generation Internet, Multimedia Communication and Processing,Multicast/IPv6/QoS, Human Communications over Internet and Active Networks etc.
Prof. Qian has over 30 years experience in the computing industry and has been responsible for many of the major technology projects in China.
He has made important contribution in bringing the Internet to China since1989 and finished the first Internet full function connection for China in 1994. In the same year, he finished the construction and operation of Top Level Domain of China (.CN). He involved in many APNIC activities in early days of APNIC, including co-organizing APNIC seminars and meetings in Beijing since 1995. He was the person applying he first class B IP address for the first large Internet project NCFC in China. He was responsible for designing and manufacturing the earliest PC-FAX system (Data/Fax/Voice hardware and software system) in China 1986 and developed the first X.25 network in China 1984. He currently serves as deputy director at CNNIC Steering Committee, EC member of APNIC, board member of APTLD, board of directors of ICANN, chair of CDNC, and deputy director at the Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Previously he served as head of the networking division at the Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, which is the cradle of computing technology in China. And he also served as deputy chief engineer at the Legend Group Corporation (Now changed the name to LENOVA), which is the largest computer manufacturer in China. He is supervising master degree and doctoral students and published more than 80 papers and books. He has also been a visiting scholar at Georgia Institute of Technology in the United States from 1980 to 1982.
Robert Raszuk in currently a part of the Deployment & Architecture Group in Cisco System's IOS Engineering Core IP Team with BGP focus. He has over 12 years experience in the computer networking industry focusing on large scale routing and MPLS. Currently he helps worldwide networks deploy BGP & MPLS applications and contributes to the protocol's architectures in IETF to accommodate customers' new requirements.
As a recognized expert within Cisco and worldwide ISP community, has been designing large scale IP and MPLS networks for over ten years. Expertises in the area of IP routing protocols (OSPF, ISIS and BGP), MPLS and ISP networks. Represent Cisco for industry panel discussion and technical conferences around the world and discusses technologies/protocols related to large scale ISP and NRN networks. Produce technical white papers and co-author of a book called "Large Scale IP Network Solutions". Khalid holds a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master's degree in Industrial Engineering from USA.
Muhammad Waris Sagheer works for Cisco Systems as a senior Software Engineer in the Core Internet Backbone Router Organization a.k.a Cisco 12000 Series, specializing in ATM and MPLS Technologies. He possesses 4+ years of experience in the design and deployment of High End Routers. In his current role, Muhammad Waris Sagheer has been working on the development of ATM technologies and Advanced MPLS on 12000 Series Platform. He has led several projects like 8xOC3 Engine 2 ATM Line card, 4xOC12 Engine 3 ATM Line card, 4xOC3 Engine 3 ATM Line card & AToM on Engine 3 ATM Line cards. He has also been providing design, consulting and escalation assistance to US, European and Asian Service Providers for ATM and MPLS Technologies. He has designed small and large scale MPLS networks for many Cisco customers deploying MPLS TE, L2 VPN and RFC 2547 based Layer3 VPN networks. Muhammad Waris Sagheer has presented on various MPLS related topics in the NETWORKERS conference, MPLS Power Sessions to European Service Providers & Enterprise customers and within different groups in Cisco Systems.
Michiko Sakai joined Hitachi, Ltd. in 1990 and has been working on the business planning of eGovernment and community information system.
She is also working on an international benchmarking study of eGovernment and design of public and commercial electronic services, as a member of eGovernment WG in Electronic Commerce Promotion Council of Japan since 2000.
MS, Graduate School of Science & Engineering
Joined NEC Corporation
Since joining NEC, Sakauchi has worked on the research and development of algorithms related to networking, the sales promotion of network equipment andadvancement of the IPv6 business unit. He is currently active within the Transition WG of the IPv6 Promotion Council of Japan.
He is currently a professor at the graduate school of Engineering, Nagoya University and he is an NTT R&D Fellow. Before joining the university in April 2004, he had served as an executive manager of the Photonic Transport Network Laboratory at NTT. His R&D activities cover future transport network architectures, network design, OA&M (operation administration and maintenance) systems, photonic network hardware systems including optical cross-connect/ADM systems and photonic IP routers, and optical transmission technologies. He authored/co-authored more than 180 research publications in international journals and conferences. He holds 35 granted patents and more than 100 pending patents.
He received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in electronics engineering from the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, in 1976, 1978, and 1986, respectively. He received the Young Engineer Award in 1984, the Excellent Paper Award in 1991, and the Achievement Award in 2000 from the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) of JAPAN. He was also the recipient of the distinguished achievement Award of the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture in 2002. His contributions to ATM and optical network technology development extend to co-editing three IEEE JSAC special issues and the IEEE JLT special issue once, organizing several Workshops and Conference technical sessions, serving on numerous committees including OFC and ECOC, authoring a book Advances in Transport Network Technologies (Artech House, 1996), and co-authoring five other books. He is a Fellow of the IEICE of JAPAN and a Fellow of the IEEE.
2000 PSINet Japan Inc., Director of Marketing Division
2003 SOFTBANK EC Holdings Corp., Senior Manager of New Business Development Division
2005 SOFTBANK BB Corp., General Manager of BB Phone Services Division
James Seng is one of the Internet pioneers in Singapore and is recognized as an international expert in the Internet arena. He gave regular speeches at various forums on several Internet issues such as IDN, VoIP, IPv6, Spam, OSS and Internet goverance issues. James also participates actively in several standard organizations (such as ISO/IEC JTC1 and IETF) and also served on the board/committee of several Internet organizations.
Currently, James is the Assistant Director (Next Generational Internet) in Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) of Singapore. His team is responsible for tracking emerging and disruptive technologies on Internet and other related fields.
Mukhtiar joined Cisco in October of 1996. He is part of the Advanced Services Organization within CA with focus on IP routing protocols and MPLS Technologies. In his current role, he has been providing design, consulting and escalation assistance to the Advanced Services accounts for MPLS Technologies. In the last couple of years, he has led various MPLS related projects and have designed small and large scale MPLS networks for several Cisco customers deploying RFC 2547 and/or Martini based Layer2 VPN networks.
In June 2004 Shimizu was made Senior Manager, Broadband Access Service Division, Broadband Service Promotion Headquarters of NTT West. In this position he is in charge of development of optical fiber communications for IPv6.
Joined NTT West Corporation
Began work on service development in charge of the fibre optical broadband access service "B Flets Family-100" released as a service in September2002.
Richard Shockey is Senior Manager-Strategic Technology Initiatives for NeuStar, Inc. [www.neustar.biz] based in Suburban Washington DC. NeuStar provides a number of critical services to the communications industry including the administration of all telephone numbers in North America, management of the wireline and wireless Number Portability Administration, number pooling and OSS products for carriers. NeuStar also operates the .BIZ. Top Level Domain and manages the United States Country Code domain .US for the U.S. Dept of Commerce.
Mr. Shockey is an active participant in the Internet Engineering Task Force and a founder and Co Chair of its ENUM Work Group .
ENUM [RFC3761] has been frequently mentioned in the media as a key enabler of the convergence of the VoIP and traditional Telephony.
Mr. Shockey has been invited by the Dutch, British and Japanese governments to lecture on ENUM technology and its implications for consumers and carriers alike.
Mr. Shockey is frequent speaker at industry conferences worldwide and is also the author of numerous articles on Internet Telephony Technologies related to ENUM, SIP, Voice over IP and Internet Fax. He was featured on the Cover of Communications Convergence Magazine as a "SIP Luminary" in July of 2000 along with SIP pioneers Henry Sinnreich of WorldCom and Henning Schulzrinne of Columbia University.
Charles Smith is a senior consulting engineer and network architect within Cisco's Academic Research & Technology Initiatives (ARTI) Organisation. He specialises in new network infrastructure Technologies with particular focus on Ip Telephony, Optical Transport, 10 Gigabit Ethernet & IPv6. Charles in particular is the senior network architect for a number of National Research Networks (NRN's) including the Taiwan research network backbone (TWAREN), California research network backbone (CENIC) and the National Lambda Rail (NLR) initiatives in the United States. His role within the Cisco ARTI group now includes liaison between the Cisco business units and external researchers and research activities in the Asia pacific region, China, Japan & India.
Philip Smith has been with Cisco Systems since 1998. He is part of the Internet
under CTO Consulting Engineering. His role includes working with many ISPs in the Asia Pacific region, specifically in network design, configuration, scaling and training.
Prior to joining Cisco, he spent five years at PIPEX (now part of UUNET's global ISP business), the UK's first commercial Internet Service Provider.
He was one of the first engineers working in the commercial Internet in the UK, and played a key role in building the modern Internet in Europe.
Richard Stastny is a senior strategic analyst in OeFEG. OeFEG is a 100 % subsidiary of Telekom Austria, the incumbent telecom operator in Austria.
Before being privatized and split up, the company was as Post and Telegraphenverwaltung (PTV) part of the government. OEFEG was founded 25 years ago owned 50% by PTV and 12,5% by Siemens, ITT (later Alcatel), Kapsch and Schrack (later Ericsson) to first evaluate, specify and later deploy digital switching systems in Austria (Siemens EWS-D and Nortel DMS-100 (produced by Kapsch and Schrack). OeFEG is still responsible for the national specifications related to telecommunications (ISDN, SS7, GSM, IN; OAM, ...), performing acceptance tests for digital switching and OAM equipment. In the role of a national standards body OeFEG is ETSI member and actively participating in various standard bodies.
OeFEG is also consulting Telekom Austria in technical analysis and regulatory affairs and hosting platform of various national bodies (e.g. the Intercarrier platform (AK-TK) and Austrian ENUM platform)
Richard Stastny has studied Physics and Mathematics at the University of Vienna and has over 25 years of experience in computing and digital switching, working for Schrack and later OeFEG. He was involved in the adaptation of the digital switching system OES-D (DMS-100) and the introduction of OAM and billing systems within Telekom Austria. He is participating actively in various international standard bodies and fora such as ETSI, ITU-T, IETF, VISIONng and TMF. In the last years he was responsible in OeFEG for the convergence of NGN networks, the migration to IP based networks, IP Communications, VoIP and ENUM. Richard is also the chair of the Austrian ENUM platform.
Hideki Sunahara is a Professor in Information Technology Center at Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Nara, Japan.
His research focuses on ITS, computer architecture, parallel processing, distributed systems, operating systems, the Internet technology, digital library and grid systems.
Sunahara reseived his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Keio University in 1983 and 1985 respectively. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Keio University in 1989. Sunahara is a member of ACM, IEEE, Internet Society, JSSST, IPSJ, and IEICE. He is also a board member of WIDE Project.
SUZUKI, Shinsuke joined Hitachi, Ltd. in 1997 and has been working on the development of IPv6 routing protocols and the deployment of IPv6 in Central Research Laboratory. He is also a core member of KAME Project since 2000, and an network operator in various IPv6 networks (WIDE Project, Networld+Interop, IPv6 Summit, etc). Recently, he is working on the design of IPv6 security architecture in various communities, like Secure-6 WG in WIDE Project and IPv6 Transition WG in IPv6 Promotion Council.
Takahashi is one of the leading authorities of establishing Security Operations Centers in Japan.
He has been in charge of established security operations center for five companies.
In addition to above, Takahashi has a deep knowledge and experience in start-ups of consulting operations, establishing technical security audit methods and confirming the methodologies of IDS installation.
Currently, he is the security technology specialist representing Internet Security Systems, and develops the leading-edge technology of security device log analysis when cooperating with other CSIRTs.
Takahashi also does hands-on operations of security measures (policy and technology) as the CIO within Internet Security Systems K. K.
He was born at Utsunomiya city, Tochigi Pref., Japan, on Jan., 1941. He graduated Tohoku Univ., Literature & Philosophy course, majoring Aesthetics and History of Arts in 1964. After working in publishing world as an editor and writer, in 1982, he joined Laboratory of Innovation for Quality of Life, a think tank, in charge of Videotext marketing and New Media Community Plan by MITI. 1986, he moved to Digital Computer Ltd., to be a project manager of UNIX workstations and incubation of router based high speed LAN. From 1987, he has researched about the Internet and served as a board of directors of Japan UNIX Society (jus). From 1989, he has organized INTEROP technical tour group with Dr. Jun Murai. 1993, he joined Ziff-Davis Japan to organize NetWorld+Interop 1994 Tokyo. December 1993, when Internet Association of Japan (IAJ) started, he was appointed to be secretary general. December 1994, he was invited to be president of Tokyo Internet Corp, a top level ISP. 1997, he became Chairman of IAJ and planned to invite INET2000 Yokohama. He was conference co-chair of INET2000 Yokohama. From 1998 to 2000, he has served as Chairman of Executive Council of APNIC. In 2000, he built a new consulting firm, Research Institute for Internet Strategies (RIIS), Inc. as chairman of the board. From 2000 April to 2002 March, he had been a professor at Tama Art University, Information Design Division. In July 2001, new foundation Internet Association Japan (IAjapan) formed, he has been appointed to be senior vice president. In January 2002, he became interim Chairman of Asia & Pacific Internet Association (APIA) and Treasurer. He is Chairman of Executive Committee of NetWorld + Interop Tokyo from 2002. Now, he is lecturing at several universities including Tama Art Univ., Bunkyo Univ., and Reitaku University, on the Internet, Network Business and International Network.
Thomas Telkamp is responsible for ensuring successful deployments of Cariden's products, and guides product development. Previously, he was working for Global Crossing as Director of Network Engineering, Director of IP Global Architecture, and Director of Networking Research. Before joining Global Crossing, Thomas was as a consultant involved with AT&T-Unisource Communications Services, SURFnet Expertise Centrum, SURFnet, DANTE and Wunderman Cato Johson.
Mark Townsley has been at Cisco Systems since 1997 and is the Chair of the IETF L2TPEXT Working Group and Technical Advisor for the IETF PWE3 Working Group.
Mark has authored a number of RFCs and Internet Drafts including "L2TP" (RFC 2661).
Prior to his tenure at Cisco, Mark was employed by IBMās Networking Hardware Division,
the Center for Satellite and Hybrid Communications Networks and The Institute for Systems Research in College Park, MD, AIMS Research in Silver Spring, VA,
and Southern Research Institute in Birmingham, Alabama.
Mark holds a Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from Auburn University, and a Master's degree in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University.
Tom Vest currently works for Packet Clearing House (PCH) as research and policy expert. His main area of work is mapping the growth of Internet Routing Tables to conventional economics. Prior to joining PCH, Tom Vest was Network Manager for AOL Japan, where he oversaw the development of AOL's Asian Network. He has good knowledge of network situation in Japan and Asia. Before moving to Japan, Tom Senior Project Manager with America Online Inc. Within the Internet Operations Division of AOL, he was responsible for international peering arrangements, international POPs and distributed web cache projects, and international leased circuits. Before joining AOL in 2000, Tom worked on a variety of international projects for the PECC Telecommunciations Forum, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Pacific Council on International Policy, and the Office of Economic Development of the City of Los Angeles. In an earlier incarnation, Tom performed and recorded in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan with the international jazz fusion group Identity Crisis (Ziwo Fangzhu). He is currently working on his PhD dissertation in telecommunications.
Wakikawa received his M.E. and PhD degree in Media and Governance from Keio Univ. in 2004. His research interests are mobile computing, Mobile IP, Mobile Ad-hoc Network, and Mobile Network. He is a member of the WIDE Project.
Dr. Watanabe received the B. S. and Dr. E. degrees in electronic engineering from Tokyo Institute of Technology in 1975 and 1980, respectively.
He joined R&D Laboratories of KDD in 1980 and engaged in research and development on antennas, satellite communication systems, and mobile communication systems.
He was a vice president of KDD R&D Laboratories Inc from 1998 and the director of IMT-2000 Business Development Office of KDD from 2000.
He is now General Manager of Wireless Broadband System Development Department in "au" Technology Division of KDDI.
He received Piero Fanti International Prize in 1989, the R&D Awards of Radio Systems awarded by RCR in 1991,
the meritorious Awards on ITU activities from ITU-AJ in 2001, respectively.
He is a vice-chairman of 4G Mobile Committee of the Mobile IT Forum (mITF), and the chairman of the "Dokodemo" Network Committee of the Ubiquitous Networking Forum.
After working for a system manufacturing company,
Joined Softfront Responsible for sales support after learning and developing H.323/SIP VoIP
Joined NETMARKS INC. Consulting and Solution Development Department Responsible for solution development employing SIP for IP communication
I have been in IT and telecom industry for 17 years. I spent the last 9 years with Cisco serving as network consultant for the company Enterprise and Service Provider field operations. I have been engaged in many large enterprise and metro network designs, and also assisted with numerous complex network deployments. Prior to Cisco, I spent ten years with Hughes Aircraft Company managing the company wide area network. As the chief architect of the network, I designed the IP, IPX, AppleTalk and DECnet addressing scheme, the Domain Name Service structure and the Internet mail routing gateways.
Meng Weng Wong is Founder and CTO of pobox.com. He is deeply familiar with many aspects of the email industry from outsourced email to forwarding and mailing lists. As the co-author of SPF, he is a strong proponent of the authentication / reputation / accreditation vision for a spam-free future.
Jianping Wu is a full professor of Department of Computer Science,
Tsinghua University from 1993. He is also the director of China Education and Research Network (CERNET) which is the largest academic network in China.
His area of specialization includes high speed computer network, Internet and its applications, network protocol testing and formal method.
More than 200 of his papers have been published in the academic journals and proceedings of international conferences.
Prof Wu is widely respected as a pioneer of the China Internet. Prof. Wu is leading a large research group including 12 faculty members and more than 30 graduate students.
The major research areas of his group include next generation Internet architecture, active network architecture, terabit IP router, network management and security, congestion control, multicast congestion control and multicast routing, QoS management and QoS routing, formal methods and protocol testing.
M.A. and Ph. D., School of Media and Governance
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance
Uehara has focused his research on Internet mobile communications.
He is a Director of Advanced Positioning Societal Base Research Forum (APSBRF) and Chair of the Internet ITS Consortium.
Gaurab Raj Upadhaya, is currently employed as Internet Economics Analyst / Staff Engineer, at Packet Clearing House (www.pch.net), a research non-profit based in Berkeley, California. He works mostly on Internet backbone operations, analysing peering relationships between operators and roles of Internet Exchange Points in different parts of Asia. He is also part of the peering group at PCH. PCH peers at about 30 Internet Exchanges worldwide. Much of the work involves training ISPs in different countries about best practices on network operations and management. He also runs the PCH INOC-DBA (www.pch.net/inoc-dba) hotline phone system for service providers. He initiated the Nepal Internet Exchange (npIX) and currently serves as its voluntary CEO.
Since 2002, Gaurab has taught Open Source Infrastructure for ISPs course at APRICOT and other places including SANOG and AfNOG. He initiated the Network Management Workshop in APRICOT 2003. In the past he has served as a National UN Volunteer, and as as system and network administrator for United Mission to Nepal (www.umn.org.np). He has been using Linux and open source software since 1996.
He is Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). He currently chairs SANOG (www.sanog.org), and is the vice-chair of Asia Pacific Internet Association (www.apia.org), and Management Committee member for Asia Pacific Regional Internet Conference on Operational Technologies (APRICOT). (www.apricot.net)
Zahri Yunos is currently the Strategic Planning Manager of NISER.
His position shoulders him the responsibility to manage and coordinate NISERęs strategic initiatives.
Prior to joining NISER, Zahri had served the government of Malaysia as well as other commercial organisations.
Zahri holds a Masteręs degree in Electrical Engineering from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia,
Malaysia and a Bacheloręs degree in Computer Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey, United States.
Zahri had presented several papers during AusCERT 2004 Conference in Gold Coast, Australia and Customer Contact World 2004, Business Continuity Management Track in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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