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1 © 2007 Verizon. All Rights Reserved. PTE /07 global capability. personal accountability. Verizon Business Marlin Forbes Vice President Defense and International Services

2 2 Verizon Communications Three Key Business Units Communications services for consumer and small business Building one of the most advanced broadband networks Handling 1+B* calls a day with 99.99% reliability Serving 30M U.S. households Mobile services for U.S. consumer and business Nation’s most reliable wireless network Highest in customer loyalty Nearly 55M customers Global Solutions for large business and government Created by merger of Verizon and MCI in January 2006 Most connected IP Backbone Serving 94% of Fortune 500 *Average number of calls handled each business day.

3 3 Telecom Industry Trends IP Everywhere Migration to Private IP Broadband Everywhere Convergence of Voice, Data and Imagery Application Layer embedded in network Optical Networking Seamless Networks Migration to IPv6 Strategic Network Programs Upgrade Backbone to Ultra Long Haul fiber Access Moves to Converged Packet Architecture Voice Network Migration to IP Fully meshed networks with enhanced survivability Global Industry Trends

4 4 Global IP Network Delivering Around the Globe 6 continents 150+ countries 2,700 + cities Expansive coverage of Internet data centers Fully meshed transatlantic IP network

5 5 Europe Services in 23 countries Metro loops in nine countries, 44 cities National networks in eight countries Transatlantic connectivity One of only two U.S./ European carriers in 160 Gbps SEA-ME-WE-4 consortium Private IP available in nearly 50 countries in Europe Existing Node Planned Expansion During 2006

6 6 Asia Pacific Metro networks in Singapore, Tokyo, Osaka, Melbourne, and Sydney National networks in Japan and Australia Facilities based licenses in Hong Kong, Australia, Japan, and Singapore Investments in 22 major submarine cable systems serving the region Migrated to Self-Healing Rings Singapore to Paris latency reduced to 180ms with SEA-ME-WE-4 Hong Kong Sydney Auckland Tokyo Osaka Seoul Singapore Taipei Guam Existing Node

7 7 India Partner solutions are in place with VSNL, Reliance, and Bharti Added Direct Private IP and IP connectivity with Europe and Asia to improve latency Banglalore Mumbai New Delhi Chennai Cox’s Bazaar Existing Node

8 8 China Established agreements with many major Chinese carriers to extend coverage Working with five major Asian carriers to develop Trans-Pacific Express (TPE) Cable – expected completion in 2008 IP peering with Chinese carriers for reduced latency Guangzhou Shanghai Beijing Existing Node

9 9 Global Reach and Investment Americas Regions Americas Network in 10 Countries Facilities Based Licenses in 3 Counties 18 Major Submarine Cable Routes 7 Data Centers United States: Long Distance 48,000+ Route Miles 31 Submarine Cable Routes 125+ Voice Switches Data Switches 200+ Data Centers

10 10 Expanding the Reach of Global IP Network Private IP Services continue to expand: –356 edge switches deployed in 128 cities for direct access –Ethernet Access available in US and 21 countries in Europe and Asia Pacific –Expansion plans for an additional 100+ edge switches in 12+ new cities in 2007 Private IP available in 116 countries

11 11 Global Reach and Investment Pan-European Regions Network in 23 Countries Facilities Based Licenses in 9 Countries Metro Loops in 9 Countries, 41 Cities 31 Submarine Cable Routes Trans-Atlantic Cable Mesh Network Completed 54 Data Centers Wet Bude, UK Crystal Lake, NJ th Ave Paris 60 Hudson London UK2 London UK5 Cable System 1a Cable System 1b Cable System 2b Cable System 3b Terrestrial Cable System 2a Cable System 3a 2006 Atlantic Mesh Backbone

12 12 Taiwan Earthquake Verizon Performance Taiwan Earthquake – 12/26/06 –Earthquake of magnitude 7.2 –Unprecedented 20 cuts on 8 cables –Isolation of Taiwan from the Public IP and Data networks PIP Continued to Operate at Full Capacity Public IP & Data Restored as much as 24 hours Earlier than other Carriers –Restoration with backhaul & SMW-4 within the first night –Leveraged Partnerships to obtain additional capacity Epicenter

13 13 Trans Pacific Express (TPE) Cable System First Multi-Terabit Optical Submarine Cable System Directly Linking the U.S. Mainland and China VzB is only U.S. Carrier of 6 Consortium Members First Cable System with Direct 10 Gbps Wavelength Access to China Adds Diversity, Speeds Provisioning, Reduces Latency Planned Completion: 3Q08 –Initial Capacity: up to 1.28 Tbps –Design Capacity: up to 5.12 Tbps Provides direct connectivity to Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei, Seoul, Hong Kong (via China), and India (via China)

14 14 Ultra-Long Haul (ULH) & Dual Rail Architecture  Reduces Network Elements by up to 70%  Lowers DS3 Per Mile Cost by up to 70%  Enables Wavelength Services Dual Rail ULH Architecture  Provides a Higher Level of Resiliency and Performance  Improves Latency  Lessens Customer Impact during Maintenance Metro Ring ULH Rails Interconnected with OADM Technology Metro Ring Regenerator ULH Technology ULH Technology Current Technology Current Technology Regenerator ULH Technology ULH Technology Current Technology Current Technology

15 15 Converged Packet Access Today: Multiple Access Circuits With CPA: Ethernet Aggregation Long Distance Internet Local Customer Premise Private IP Frame Relay ATM Customer Premise PBX Enables Logical / Automated Service Provisioning Enables Scaleable Bandwidth on Demand Reduces Traditional TDM Bandwidth Requirements up to 60% Expanding from 30 to over 60 sites Converged IP Core

16 16 Customer Portal Providing Information on Demand Verizon Business Customer Center: –Global view –Support in 6 languages –More than 55 applications –Dashboard with key statistics eBonding: –Links your back office with ours –Scalable for large transactions Online tools that enable you to monitor performance around the globe

17 17 Security Intelligence Portal Available on Verizon Business Corporate Website Analyst Diary –Daily summary of observed security events and information from Verizon Business Analyst team Activity Dashboard –Dashboard representation of security information observed from various data sources Event Calendar –Trending calendar allowing a user to view dashboard trending from previous days Data Key –TCP and UDP port and protocol legend Publications –Various relevant security publications from Verizon Business’ security experts

18 18 Deriving Intelligence Capturing, Collecting, and Analyzing Internal and External Data Sources Managed Services Operation Center NOC, SOC, Internet Global Customer Security Event Management; managing network and security devices and technologies deployed at various demarcation levels within an enterprise, and supported on multiple provider networks worldwide. IP Backbone Operations Verizon Business Internet and Public Internet Global IP backbone operations and managed services support; worldwide IP traffic visibility on Verizon Business backbone and across public peering relationships with other network providers, including technology vendor relationships for networking hardware and software. Internal IT Operations Verizon Business Enterprise IT Operations Global enterprise IT operations; visibility to all IT security areas resulting from the support of Verizon Business office locations, infrastructure assets, and employees that are deployed worldwide. Third Party Open source, Network and Technology Providers Global relevant outside sources; news and media, government, industry affiliation, peering agreements and relationships, technology vendors and partners. Security Intelligence Console Data Capture, Collection, Analysis, and Sharing

19 19 Source: Deloitte 2006 Global Security Network Security Environment Virus/worms Phishing/pharming Spyware/malware Social engineering Brand hijacking Hacking Denial of service Zombie networks Other form of external breach Website defacement Web application breach Wireless network breach Online extortion External Breaches Over the Past 12 Months Virus/worms Insider fraud Leakage of customer data Internal network breach Wireless network breach Other form of internal breach Have not been breached Internal Breaches Over the Past 12 Months

20 20 Global Information Sources Providing Massive Amounts of Data in Near Real Time Scope Information Source Description Derivative InformationRemarks USA Near real time capture of flow traffic between hosts Identification of infected source address, unique distribution host address or port, remote access port, Distributed Denial of Service attack profiles Over 4 million records captured per minute Global Network wide activity snapshotIdentification of origin of a security incident, historical analysis of emerging threats or outbreaks Over 422 million records captured per hour Global Routing security events captured from Verizon Business’s IP backbone infrastructure assets Identification of malicious, mis-configured or otherwise misdirected hosts on the public Internet Approximately 30,000 records captured per hour Global Honeynet – Simulated enterprise environment Identification of exploit methods and malware propagation methods Up to 5 million network segments or hosts monitored Global Operating System and Link characterization of TCP sessions Identification of OS identity trends in the infectious, malicious attacking or distribution hosts One observance per minute typical; up to 5 million network segments or hosts monitored Global Passive network statistics collection Capture, trend and characterization of payload emerging from network trends for scope verification Event-driven Global Intrusion Detection SystemsIdentification of Zero-day attacks and other malicious activity Up to 2 million event records observed per day

21 21 Global Information Sources Providing Massive Amounts of Data in Near Real Time (cont’d) Scope Information Source Description Derivative InformationRemarks Global Traces – Payload captureIdentification of zero-day attacks and other malicious activity; cross reference capabilities against port and protocol trending indicators Up to 1.5 million records per day Global Verizon Internal IT OperationsNetwork, computer, server, endpoint, and application security events Event-driven Global DNS AlertsDomain Name Services variations and abnormalities Event-driven Global Managed Services Event Information Identification of unique or common exploits affecting various networking and security demarcations, devices and technologies deployed on various networks Event-driven Global IP Backbone operationsIdentification of network traffic and network device events impacting or interesting to IT security; including abuse tickets reported on Verizon Business’ Internet backbone Event-driven Global External sources: News, Government, Security group, Network providers, technology vendors and providers Identification of public or third-party security event or information; situational awareness, unique, or common threat identification, product and platform threats and vulnerabilities Event-driven

22 22 Secure Information Portal How to provide: »Assured authentication »File and data security »Capability for sending sensitive data »Security for mobile devices (PDA’s) How to allow: Secure Intra/Inter Agency or Coalition/Allied Collaboration How to ensure: Data Integrity and Non-Repudiation Non-repudiation is the concept of ensuring that a contract, especially one agreed to via the Internet, cannot later be denied by one of the parties involved.contractInternet

23 23 Value Proposition – Authentication of choice – Leverage existing infrastructure – Enable information exchange – Supports ad hoc secure collaboration Hosted Federated Authentication CONUS

24 24 Collaboration Portal Text Collaboration (Chat & IM): Provides ability for users to initiate and participate in low bandwidth text chat sessions Web Conferencing –Audio over IP: –Video over IP –Whiteboarding & Annotation: Ability to import objects –Application Sharing/Broadcasting –Presence and Awareness: Ability to identify users –Cross Domain Participation: Ad hoc conferencing Session Management: M anagement, customization, and control Accessible through web portal

25 25 The New Reality Voice/Data/Video is IP Security concerns driving Private IP migration IP Convergence offers opportunity to address issues Network is now providing critical IT tools COOP planning easier with “mesh” and smart portals Global threat requires significant flexibility in IT delivery OPTEMPO and sophisticated threat forcing all options


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