Chris Grundemann

Chris Grundemann

Internet Technologist, Author, and Speaker; Principal Architect at Myriad Supply
Joined on June 2, 2012 – United States
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About

Chris Grundemann is the Principal Architect at Myriad Supply, a passionate Internet Technologist, and a strong believer in the Internet's power to aid in the betterment of humankind.

As such, he has remained consistently engaged in the broader Internet community for the past decade. In addition to founding IX-Denver and the US Colorado Chapter of the Internet Society, he has held positions with ISOC, NANOG, AfNOG, ARIN, CEA, UPnP, DLNA, RMv6TF, and several others.

Chris has written two books: Day One: Exploring IPv6 and Day One: Advanced IPv6 Configuration; as well as several IETF Internet Drafts, various industry papers, this CircleID blog, a personal weblog, and several other publications.

He is often sought out to present at conferences and NOGs around the world. His specialties include network design, protocol design, consensus building, technology evangelism, research and development (R&D), leading collaborative groups, communicating abstract ideas to diverse audiences and generally getting stuff done!

Chris is currently based in Brooklyn, NY and can be reached via Twitter or Google+.

NOTE: All views contained here on this website are mine and mine alone, they in no way represent the views of any of my employers, colleagues, associates, friends, neighbors, pets or anyone else. In fact, they may not even represent my own opinions by the time you read them.

Except where otherwise noted, all postings by Chris Grundemann on CircleID are licensed under a Creative Commons License.

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IPv6 Security Myth #5: Privacy Addresses Fix Everything!

IPv6 Security Myth #2: IPv6 Has Security Designed In

Removing Need at RIPE

To Flat or To Cap?

IPv6 Subnetting - The Paradigm Shift

Topic Interests

Internet ProtocolIP AddressingIPv6WhoisCybersecurityPolicy & RegulationInternet GovernanceRegional RegistriesCybercrimeNetworksBroadbandAccess ProvidersData CenterTelecomCyberattackMultilinguismNet NeutralityMobile InternetWebPrivacyCloud ComputingIPTV

Recent Blogs

Network Dis-Aggregation and SDN: Different, But Related

Building the Future of Enterprise - Notes from AWS re:Invent 2016

The Shadow of the Web

IPv6 Security Myth #10: Deploying IPv6 is Too Risky

IPv6 Security Myth #9: There Aren't Any IPv6 Security Resources

Popular Posts

IPv6 Subnetting - The Paradigm Shift

Removing Need at RIPE

IPv6 Security Myth #5: Privacy Addresses Fix Everything!

IPv6 Security Myth #10: Deploying IPv6 is Too Risky

IPv6 Security Myth #9: There Aren't Any IPv6 Security Resources