To a large extent, the Internet has not been built on formal methods; principles of software engineering. Designers are proud that critical components were designed on a serviette, and no thought was given to security. We are paying the price for this in a myriad ways.

This depressing, and sometimes terrifying talk, looks at some of the causes and some of the results. It tries to give some clues toward a constructive future. 

Randy Bush, Internet Initiative Japan


Randy Bush
Randy Bush
Internet Initiative Japan

Randy Bush is an Architect at Arrcus, Inc., maker of a full routing stack for white boxes, and a Research Fellow and Network Operator at Internet Initiative Japan, Japan's oldest commercial ISP.

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