PUBLICATIONS

NSC42 believes in giving back to the security community.

 

For this reason, NSC42 collaborates with the wider community by producing articles and free resources, to share knowledge and research about the digital security world.

 

2019

Keynotes Slides

NSC42 and Francesco regularly presents and participates in a number of public activities. 2019 has seen him as keynote for a number on , organizer of a number of meetups like the many hats club meetup in camelot

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Cloud Security Alliance AGM 2019 Keynote

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UNICOM Keynote Delivering Enterprise Cloud Solutions

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EGR Data Briefing Security Keynote

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Whitehall Media Enterprise Cloud Computing Keynote

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Cyber Security & Cloud Expo Keynote

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Whitehall Media Enterprise Cyber  Security Keynote

Whitehall Media Enterprise Cyber  Security Keynote

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Shellcon 2019 Keynote

2018

Keynotes

 

NSC42 and Francesco regularly presents and participates in a number of public activities. 2018 has seen him as keynote for the CSA UK, organizer of a number of meetups like the many hats club meetup in camelot

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Cloud Security Alliance AGM 2018 Keynote

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Camelot Many hats Club Meetup

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Many Hats Club podcast

Articles

 

Francesco and NSC42 are active writer and contribute to the community by collaborating and pubblishing in a number of magazines

NSC42 Blog & Articles

NSC42 pubblishes a series of technical articles on infosec topics  on NSC42 Blog. Francesco Cipollone is our lead technical contributor

LinkedIN Articles

NSC42 actively publish articles on LinkedIn with Francesco Cipollone as lead contributor

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Cloud Security Alliance - Articles

NSC42 sponsors and contribute to the Cloud Security Alliance in UK. Francesco has written several articles and presented on behalf of the Cloud Security Alliance.

Collaborations

 

Francesco and NSC42 Collaborate with a number of infosec magazines

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ITSP Collaboration

NSC42 collaborates with ITSP.

Francesco Cipollone is a co-host technical writer

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Medium Articles

NSC42 actively publish articles on Medium with Francesco Cipollone as lead contributor

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SecJuice Articles

NSC42 actively pubblish and collaborate with SecJuice with Francesco Cipollone as lead contributor

Francesco Has authored and contributed to a number of research during his university years. The peak was the KVMSEC pubblication on AGM (now mentioned in contributors)

 

BOOKS

Design and Management of Computer Networks

Volume 1 - Switching Foundations

In the first volume - Switching Foundations - the characteristics of the distribution of information in the local area are illustrated, with the Token models and with free transmission, are compared to highlight the simplicity of the LAN-ethernet. 

 

In all the chapters, the themes are accompanied by examples of configuration on Cisco machines and are illustrated in a general way.

 

The volume is a fundamental support for the preparation for the CCNA and SWITCH exams of the Cisco CCNP career.

Design and Management of Computer Networks​

Volume 2 - Basic Routing

The second volume - Basic Routing - illustrates the distribution of packages in the World Wide Web. The routing process, without the central switching element, and the progressive routing of packets is taken as a direct consequence of the scalability of IP addressing.

 

Transformations from dotted decimal addresses to binary and hexadecimal addresses are reported in a simple and effective way to perform subnetting, access-list, nat and all other transformations of the control-plane and data-plane.

 

Subnetting, supernetting and wildcard masks are represented in a unitary way as a method of selecting any portion of the ip addressing to implement scalability at the global level. 

Design and Management of Computer Networks​

Volume 3 - Routing BGP

The third volume - ROUTING BGP - is completely dedicated to the BGP routing protocol and its configuration in Cisco machines.

 

The great importance of the protocol is linked to its influence in the construction of the Routing table with the contribution of all the routes constituting the internet.

 

The application scenarios of the Large User and Service Provider are examined to show the different Project Tasks in the two situations. The IBGP sessions and EBGP sessions are compared to find out the meaning of the default values assumed by the route attributes and the whole protocol in the two situations.

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Volume 4 - Handling Control-Plane and Data-Plane​

The fourth volume - Handling Control-Plane and Data-Plane - is dedicated to address manipulations and routing tables carried out in the counter-plane and in the data-plane of Routers and multilayer switches.

 

This unitary framework therefore illustrates the Access-Control-List (ACL), the Modular-Quality-Framework (MQF), the Inspection, the nat-pat translations to create filters and manipulations of data packets and routing information.

 

The nat-pat filters are correlated with the validity domains of the IP addresses (public and private) with particular regard to the security implications. 

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