Welcome back to another edition of the OWASP PDX podcast.
Our special guest today is Laura Chappell. She's a leading expert in network packet analysis, a public speaker, educator and author, including several best selling books on Wireshark and TCP/IP. She's the founder of Chappell University that helps students to prepare for the WCNA certification exam.
Her work doesn't stop here on Earth's Terrestrial Internet. She also researches the Interplanetary Internet (IPN) where round-trip times (RTT) across the vastness of space are measured in minutes, not milliseconds.
Her passion is to motivate young people to embrace a career in network communications and to solve the challenges associated with the IPN.
Laura invites you to the CORE-IT virtual conference coming up on March 24-30, 2020. The event brings together existing and next-generation industry talent to train, speak and mentor. It's free and virtual. Here's the link:
The link for the ION (Interplanetary Overlay Network) software is https://sourceforge.net/projects/ion-dtn/.
Check out https://www.nasa.gov/content/dtn for some great info on the DTN and the various committees working on the Interplanetary Internet (IPN).
Laura is interviewed by John L. Whiteman.
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