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KRACK Proves We Need More Encryption on the Internet

Multiple layers of encryption are necessary to provide robust online security over time.

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ISPs underestimate value of security, core demand for 71% of enterprises
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In the news 17 October 2017

ISPs underestimate value of security, core demand for 71% of enterprises

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IETF 100 Hackathon: Bringing Innovation and Running Code to the IETF
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Deploy360 17 October 2017

IETF 100 Hackathon: Bringing Innovation and Running Code to the IETF

Interested in contributing running code to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)? Do you see a problem with DNS,...

KRACK proves we need more encryption on the Internet
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Encryption 16 October 2017

KRACK proves we need more encryption on the Internet

A serious weakness in Wi-Fi security was made public earlier today. The Key Reinstallation Attack (KRACK) can break Wi-Fi...

On Approaches to Internet Security, Cybersecurity, and the Path Forward
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Security 16 October 2017

On Approaches to Internet Security, Cybersecurity, and the Path Forward

On 5 October, I had the pleasure of speaking at the New York Metro Joint Cyber Security Conference, which...

New Internet Society Research Reveals Disconnect between Enterprises and Service Providers on Crucial Internet Security Fixes
Press Releases 16 October 2017

New Internet Society Research Reveals Disconnect between Enterprises and Service Providers on Crucial Internet Security Fixes

For Immediate Release Study Indicates that Enterprises Value Internet and Routing Security More than Service Providers Realize Washington, D.C....

BGPSec – A reality now
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Deploy360 16 October 2017

BGPSec – A reality now

The Secure Inter Domain Routing (SIDR) initiative held its first BoF at IETF 64 back in November 2005, and...

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