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Deploy360 30 October 2017

IPv6, Routing Security, and More Coming to ION Belgrade

By Megan KruseFormer Director, Advocacy and Communications

We’re getting pretty close to ION Belgrade on Thursday, 23 November. This ION will be held alongside the Republic of Serbia Network Operators’ Group (RSNOG). As usual, this ION also has generous support from our ION Conference Series Sponsor Afilias.

This time, we’re doing a half-day program focusing mostly on IPv6, Routing Security and MANRS, and the IETF. Here’s a quick look at the agenda:

  • Opening Remarks
  • Welcome from the ISOC Serbia Chapter
  • MANRS, Routing Security, and Collaboration
  • NAT64check
  • What’s Happening at the IETF? Internet Standards and How to Get Involved
  • Panel Discussion: IPv6 Success Stories
  • Closing Remarks

Registration will open two weeks before the event (around 10 November) – watch here for announcements! RSNOG is also planning to livestream the whole event, so even if you can’t be there in person you’ll be able to follow along online. Stay tuned for more information on that in the coming weeks.

Will you be in Belgrade or watching online? Please speak up in the comments below or via our social media channels. Also feel free to follow along using #IONConf!

We hope to see you there, or at another event in the future!

Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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