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About Michelle Kincaid

Michelle Kincaid is the director of communications for Kentik. Previously, she ran a cybersecurity news site in Washington, DC and then moved to San Francisco to run public relations programs for US and EMEA-based cybersecurity startups. In 2015, while serving as a director at global communications agency LEWIS, Michelle met Avi Freedman and the Kentik (then-CloudHelix) team and served as a PR consultant for the company’s launch from stealth. Two years later, Kentik found a permanent place for Michelle on the team and, as they say, the rest is history. When not nerding out to news on hacking and internet outages, you can find Michelle offline and out on the hiking trails.

News in Networking: ISPs, NFVs, and a SpaceX-based Internet

May 10, 2017

Following reports of a Russian BGP hijacking last week, in the headlines this week is new research to suggest a similar hijacking incident could take down bitcoin’s ecosystem. Meanwhile, Light Reading is talking network functions virtualization (NFV) and how network operators can face relevant challenges with it. SpaceX also makes our highlights, with news of more than 4,000 internet satellites it plans to launch. Read about these stories and more after the jump…

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News in Networking: ONUG, Bufferbloat, and DDoSing with IoT

April 26, 2017

Today we’re launching a weekly blog series called “News in Networking.” Tune in each week for a quick roundup of industry news that seems noteworthy to the Kentik team. This week’s highlights include a look at hot topics at the Open Networking User Group (ONUG) Spring 2017 conference, an article on bufferbloat (yes, it’s real) and the causes behind a slow internet, a list of IoT-enabled DDoS attacks that underscore security risks, and more…

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