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If you are the senior-most Information Security Officer at your institution, will you please complete the following MonkeySurvey regarding Private vs Publicly-Accessible IP Addresses?

 

Primary Objective: Determine an average percentage of Private-vs-Public IP Address at large research, doctoral-granting Universities.

 

Survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/J2Y2PCK

 

I will keep the survey open until close of business, Friday, August 10th.  I will share the results next week.

 

Thank you,

 

Mike

 

 

Michael G. Carr, JD, CISSP, CIPP

Chief Information Security Officer

The University of Kentucky

122 James F. Hardymon Bldg

Lexington  KY  40506-0495

Desk: (859) 218-0306

Mobile: (513) 295-3067

Michael.Carr@UKy.edu

 

 

 

Security/Privacy Tip:  If you get up from your computer, lock it !

 

 

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Message from valdis.kletnieks@vt.edu

On Wed, 08 Aug 2012 14:45:54 -0000, "Carr, Michael G" said: > If you are the senior-most Information Security Officer at your institution, > will you please complete the following MonkeySurvey regarding Private vs > Publicly-Accessible IP Addresses? If we happen to be the networking person who actually allocates the addresses, and thus actually know the answer better than the CISO, are we allowed to answer that? Also, are you looking for address space allocated, or address space actually in use? We have a chunk of 1918 space we allocated to the wireless net for IPv4 (they get globally routable IPv6), and the number of wireless users fluctuates of course - we've seen a peak of 11,000+ simultaneous, but it's probably sitting around 2-3K users now. Also, are you talking IPv4, or IPv6? Some of us have lots of both. Also, question 5 is phrased in a leading manner - it assumes that the site uses 1918 addresses by default, as it only asks for people that insisted on having public addresses. There's no similar question for "you assign public addresses by default, and somebody insisted on 1918 space".