illustration of a shield icon
|

Our Internet, Our Future: Our Plan to Protect the Internet for Today and Tomorrow

Our Action Plan 2023 outlines how we will address challenges, so that the Internet can be a resource for everyone, forever.

Latest Posts

photo of a measuring tape showing centimeters
|

Measuring the Internet – Mid Year Project Update

Here at the Internet Society, we believe that the Internet is for everyone. Our work centers on increasing the Internet’s reach, reliability and resilience, as well as ensuring that the ...
logo from the Hedge podcast episode 39 featuring Dan York and open standards everywhere
|

Listen to the Hedge Podcast 39 to Learn about the Open Standards Everywhere Project

What is our Open Standards Everywhere (OSE) project all about? How did it get started? What are the project goals? What are some of the challenges web server operators face? ...
chart showing IPv6 statistics from Google.
|

On This 8th World IPv6 Launchiversary, Help Us Get More Websites Available Over IPv6

Eight years ago, on June 6, 2012, thousands of companies and organizations came together as part of World IPv6 Launch Today, If you visit the World IPv6 Launch measurements site, ...
photo of a bee
|

On the 7th World IPv6 Launchiversary, How About Listening to a Podcast About IPv6?

On this 7th "launchiversary" of World IPv6 Launch, I thought I'd share a way I've enjoyed learning more about IPv6 over the past year. I like listening to podcasts while ...
IPv6 Security for IPv4 Engineers
|

IPv6 Security for IPv4 Engineers

It is often argued that IPv4 practices should be forgotten when deploying IPv6, as after all IPv6 is a different protocol! But we think years of IPv4 operational experience should ...
IPv6 Security Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
|

IPv6 Security Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

The Internet Society recognises that global deployment of the IPv6 protocol is paramount to accommodating the growth of the Internet. Given the scale at which IPv6 must be deployed, it ...
How IPv6 SLAAC Responds to Renumbering Events
|

How IPv6 SLAAC Responds to Renumbering Events

If you follow the IPv6 Maintenance (6man) Working Group of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), you may have noticed the 300+ message email thread on an Internet Draft that was recently ...
DNS Privacy & IPv6 Security @ APTLD 75
|

DNS Privacy & IPv6 Security @ APTLD 75

The Internet Society will be actively contributing to the APTLD 75 meeting on 20-21 February 2019 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Our colleague Jan Žorž will not only be presenting on ...