Over the last few years, networks have begun the shift from the five decade old IPv4 architecture to the newer IPv6 system. While the number of addresses available to IPv4 was massive at the time, the new system will provide so many addresses that it's possible to assign a unique address to every atom on the planet. But that shift has resulted in another change. Threat actors now have new ways to potentially attack systems. Wesley George, Principal Engineer at Neustar, and I discussed what this means for today's network managers.