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Juniper Networks Vice President Dubhe Beinhorn to Speak on House Oversight Hearing Panel on Network Vulnerabilities

Media Advisory - June 1, 2004

What: House Committee on Government Reform hearing: "Who Might be Lurking at Your Cyber Front Door? Is Your System Really Secure? Strategies and Technologies to Prevent, Detect and Respond to the Growing Threat of Network Vulnerabilities."

Where: 2154 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515-6143

Why: Network security breaches have been on the rise since 1999, and continue to grow at an alarming rate. The Subcommittee on Technology, Information Security, Policy, Intergovernmental Relations and the Census will examine whether systems throughout both federal government and the private sector are being consistently evaluated and updated to prevent known vulnerabilities.

Juniper Networks will secure the InteropNet Event Network (eNet), which offers reliable, high-speed network services to all exhibitors, conferences and meeting rooms. The eNet, built in collaboration with leading hand-selected networking vendors, uses the Juniper Networks NetScreen-5200 firewalls, NetScreen Security Manager, NetScreen-IDP 1000 sensors and NetScreen-IDP Manager.

Juniper Networks is also participating in the InteropNet Labs (iLabs) event at N+I. The iLabs test bed showcases the latest networking solutions in a live, vendor-neutral, standards-based arena. Here Juniper Networks M-series platforms will demonstrate core and edge functionality, including interoperability for advanced capabilities and services, such as quality of service (QoS) mechanisms, high availability, Layer 2 VPNS, Layer 3 VPNs, multicast, IPv6, and Virtual Private LAN service.

In addition, Juniper Networks executives will participate in the following speaking sessions during the conference:

  • May 11, from 10:30 am - 11:30 am - Nir Zuk, Chief Security Technologist, Security Products Group (SPG), Juniper Networks, will participate in a Network World Mini Showdown panel discussing enterprise security needs and build it vs. buy it strategies in the Interop Theater, Booth No. 1465 on the exhibit floor;
  • May 12, from 11:45 am - 12:45 pm - Doug Erickson, Marketing manager, SPG Medium Enterprise, Juniper Networks, will present "Securing the MidMarket Opportunity" in Room N116 of the Las Vegas Convention Center;
  • May 13, from noon - 12:45 pm - Rod Murchison, senior director of Product Management, SPG, Juniper Networks, will discuss "Blended Threats" in Room N245 of the Las Vegas Convention Center; and
  • May 13, from 2:15 pm - 4:45 pm - Gregory Lebovitz, director of architecture, SPG, Juniper Networks, will present "What VPN? Choosing the Right Technology to Fit Your Requirements" in Room N240 of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

About Juniper Networks, Inc.

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