Jason Schiller (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a Network Imagineer in the Production
Network Engineering group at Google. Jason’s current role includes architecting,
designing, evaluating, qualifying, and supporting networks for Google’s global
production backbone. Jason also serves as Google’s Chief Numberista managing Internet
Number resources. Jason continues to be active in the ARIN and NANOG communities with
particular interest in IPv4 exhaustion, IPv6 adoption, routing table growth, and the
lack of a scalable solution for multi-homing and inter-AS traffic engineering. Jason
received two degrees from The American University, one in International Studies and
Philosophy, and the other in Environmental Studies. His current term on the ICANN
Address Supporting Organization Address Council (ICANN ASO AC) and the Number
Resource Organization Number Council (NRO NC) expires December 31, 2013.
CSRIC III WORKING GROUP 4 Network Security Best
Practices FINAL Report – BGP Security Best Practice
Jason Schiller, Rodney Joffe, Rod
Rasmussen, Mark Adams, Steve Bellovin, Donna Bethea-Murphy, Rodney Buie, Kevin
Cox, John Crain, Michael Currie, Dale Drew, Chris Garner, Joseph Gersch, Jose A.
Gonzalez, Kevin Graves, Chris Joul, Tom Haynes, Mazen Khaddam, Ron Mathis, Danny
McPherson, Doug Montgomery, Heather Schiller, Tony Tauber, Marvin Simpson, Ron
Roman, Elman Reyes, Victor Oppleman, Chris Oberg, Russ White, Paul Vixie, Bob
Routing Scalability: An Operator’s View
Xioliang Zhao, Dante Pacella, Jason
Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on, vol. 28, Issue 8 (2010), pp.