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The Internet Society is focused on ensuring that a healthy, sustainable Internet is available to everyone – today and for the next billion users. Technology-focused programmes are a vital component of the Internet Society’s mission. We work to facilitate the open development of standards, protocols, administration, and to ensure a robust, secure technical infrastructure.
 
To the right are some of the Internet Society’s current technology topics - IPv6, DNSSEC, Internet Resilience & Stability, Networks & Trust, Open Internet Standards, Privacy & Identity, and Routing Security. Click on each for a brief overview of why we believe they are important, our current activities, and our latest related blogs and publications, or see them all below.

Recent Internet Technology Matters Blog Posts

As we rapidly approach the last Internet Engineering Task Force meeting for the year, we're pleased to report that the final winners of the Applied Networking Research Prize (ANRP) for 2016 have been announced. The ANRP awards for IETF 97 go to:
Welcome to the last installment of the IETF 96 Rough Guide! This post focuses attention on the IETF 96 activities related to improving trust in the Internet. Key to this trust is the ability to establish and maintain accurate identity including privacy.
IETF 96 finds us back in Berlin still talking about how to strengthen the Internet by improving the deployment and use of encryption. For this installment of the IETF Rough Guide, I’m going to focus on the CrypTech workshop just prior to IETF 96 along with the ongoing work of the cfrg research group, and the curdle, tls, and uta Working Groups.

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