Lennox Gordon

Most of his whole professional life he has involved computers and computer networks.  Early on he worked in medical physics and medical computing in the departments of neurosurgery and electrocardiology. Later he worked as an analyst and consultant in the Netherlands and in France. Over this period he designed and implemented real-time computer systems and he worked on informatics strategies, project management, development methodologies and information security.

For much of my career though he worked with the European Commission, in what was DG Information Society. He was involved in almost all aspects of the work - policy, research and regulation - and often with an international dimension. He has worked in the area of advanced network applications, particularly from the perspective of security and privacy. He has been heavily involved in Internet matters."

The CEE Peering Day Vienna 2014 conference was once again hosted by NIX.CZ and VIX.at. The conference was geared toward all network engineers, peering coordinators, Internet providers, cloud administrators, and data centre operators in Central and Eastern Europe. The programme included presentations by partners and sponsors of the conference, once again dedicating a sizeable space to social networks and peering.  

New in 2014: the unique opportunity to visit the RIPE workshop free of charge the day before the beginning of the CEE Peering Day Vienna 2014 conference. The official commencement of the CEE Peering Day Vienna 2014 conference begun on Monday evening in the Palais Niederösterreich main hall with a Social Evening and accompanying programme.

The hosts, partners and sponsors of the conference are very pleased for your visit and they are looking forward to meeting you again at the next year’s  CEE Peering Day.