George Nomikos

Based in FORTH-ICS, Heraklion, Greece




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I work as a research engineer in INSPIRE group in FORTH-ICS. My research interests primarily include Internet routing, Internet topology and network security. My main target is to better understand how the Internet ecosystem evolves, improve the transparency of the Internet with respect to the paths (i.e. AS-, IXP-, Facility- level) the data go through and evaluate network performance under security constraints. To that end, I organise and deploy advanced networking measurements and simulations, using also analytical tools like graph theoretic approaches, social-driven heuristics and modeling traffic characteristics.

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Uncovering Remote Peering at IXPs

Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) originally aimed to keep local traffic local and reduce dependence on third parties. However, ever-increasing traffic volumes create pressure for denser and more diverse peering that challenges the traditional IXP model. A fundamental shift in peering practices is R…

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ARTEMIS: Neutralising BGP Hijacking Within a Minute

BGP prefix hijacking is a persistent threat against Internet organisations, attributed to a lack of authorisation and authentication mechanisms in the inter-domain routing system. ARTEMIS (Automatic and Real-Time dEtection and MItigation System) is a defence system against BGP prefix hijacking, whi…

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