Posts Tagged ‘MANRS’

MANRS BCOP published

The Internet Society’s Mutually Assured Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) initiative recently published a Best Current Operational Practices (BCOP) document to provide guidance to network operators in facilitating the MANRS actions. The MANRS initiative has been running since 6 November 2014 and aims to help network operators around the world to work together to improve the security and resilience Read more…


Securing Routing: MANRS, RPSL & RPKI @ APRICOT 2017

To wrap-up our reports on APRICOT 2017, we’d like to highlight the Network Security session that featured our Internet Society colleague Andrei Robachevsky, as well as highlight other routing security related topics. Andrei presented the Mutually Assured Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) initiative that has now been running for two years. This aims to address the Read more…


Deploy360 @ APRICOT 2017

The Deploy360 team will be busy next week at the APRICOT 2017 Conference in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Aftab Siddiqui and Jan Žorž will be co-chairing the Asia-Pacific BCOP BoF, Jan will be giving two presentations on DNSSEC/DANE and IPv6, whilst Aftab will moderate a panel about the APNIC transfer market. Our colleague Andrei Robachevsky will also be talking Read more…


RIPE 73 starts in Madrid next week

The RIPE 73 meeting is happening next week in Madrid, Spain, kicking off with a couple of tutorials on the Monday morning, before the opening plenary starts at 15.00 CEST/UTC+2. And there’s a lot on the programme of interest if you’re following the Deploy360 technologies, as both Jan Žorž and Kevin Meynell will be. In the opening plenary, the results of the Read more…


ENOG 12 in Yerevan

The 12th Eurasia Network Operator’s Group (ENOG 12) that was held on 3-4 October 2016 in Yerevan, Armenia featured 251 participants from the host country, the Commonwealth of Independent States and Eastern Europe who came together to discuss operational issues and share expertise about evolving the Internet in the region. This was the second event of the year and Read more…


ION Hangzhou: IoT & Collaborative Security

Our second ION Conference of the year was held on 14 July 2016 in Hangzhou, China. As well as being the first time an ION has been held in the country, it also saw our highest ever attendance of around 200 participants. The event was hosted by CNNIC and sponsored by Afilias, and was co-located with the IP Alliance Conference Read more…


Olaf Kolkman presents on Collaborative Security @ TNC16

The Internet Society’s Chief Internet Technology Officer Olaf Kolkman presented on Collaborative Security at the TNC16 Conference in Prague, Czech Republic earlier this week. TNC is one of the leading conferences for research and education networking, and attracted around 700 participants from National Research and Education Networks (NRENs), universities, research institutions and industry in Europe Read more…


DNSSEC and DANE Activities at ICANN 55 and Africa DNS Forum in Marrakech March 5-10

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Starting this Friday, March 4, I’ll be in Marrakech, Morocco, for a great bit of DNS security discussions at two events: the Africa DNS Forum 2016 and the 55th meeting of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). There will be some great introductions to DNSSEC and DANE – and some outstanding technical Read more…


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RIPE 71 – Highlights from Day 2

The RIPE 71 meeting is happening this week in Bucharest and each day we’ll be highlighting the presentations and activities related to the Deploy360 technologies. Most of Tuesday was taken up by the plenary session, but well worth highlighting is the presentation by George Michaelson on IPv6 deployment. Since 2010, APNIC has been collecting 12-15 million samples per day Read more…


RIPE 71 – Highlights from Day 1

The RIPE 71 meeting is happening this week in Bucharest and each day we’ll be highlighting the presentations and activities related to the Deploy360 technologies. To kick-off, is the interesting initiative presented by Randy Bush during the opening plenary on the Automated Certificate Management Environment (ACME). Currently only between 40% and 60% of web and e-mail traffic is encrypted over Read more…