Interall - Hank Nussbacher Internet Consultant

Background

I work as an Internet consultant with specializations in project management, Cisco IOS, BGP, routing design, anti-spam, anti-DDOS, threat analysis, pen-testing, Internet security, and Internet performance.

I have consulted at:

and others.

You can view my online resume, recommendations and people I know in the field via my LinkedIn profile.

Previous to moving to Israel I mainly worked at City University of New York (CUNY/UCC) where I helped design and implement Bitnet during 1980-1982, which has been dismantled after having served its purpose.

From Oct 1996 till August 1997 I represented the IAB on the International Ad Hoc Committee (IAHC) to determine the future structure of the generic Top Level Domain system. This committee later became the iPOC (Interim Policy Oversight Committee) and then became ICANN - The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.


My work interests

Below are a list of some of my work interests:

Here are some of my publications:
Here are some newspaper mentions:
I have also published a short story entitled "Netcops" in 1994.

I have analyzed Cisco routers since 1990. Or see a rather prophetic Usenet posting I made to Human-nets in December 1984.

Various conference presentations (PDF):


This page is maintained by Hank Nussbacher (hank@interall.co.il)
Phone: +972-54-5568881
Last modified on Thu Jun 13, 2013