HotNets Paper Accepted

Fourteenth ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks

Our paper

RiPKI: The Tragic Story of RPKI Deployment in the Web Ecosystem

has been accepted for presentation at the HotNets 2015 Workshop in Philadelphia.

The paper performes a measurement study and careful  correlation analysis about Internet backbone security in relation to popular Web sites. Surprisingly, the paper reveals an anti-correlation: The more popular a Web site is, the less likely it is secured.

HotNets is the premier event for discussing early-stage, creative networking research that may shape long-term research directions. Its acceptance rate is as low as 18 %.