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Improving Technical Security

Global infrastructure is required so that Internet endpoints without a prior relationship can communicate in a trusted and secure way. Unmediated connections are a hallmark of the Internet. Technologies such as encryption infrastructure, time security, and identity and authentication functions comprise the necessary infrastructure. It is this shared connectivity and trust infrastructure that enables a trustworthy and secure Internet for everyone.

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Securing the Internet: Introducing Oracle Internet Intelligence IXP Filter Check
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Improving Technical Security 23 October 2019

Securing the Internet: Introducing Oracle Internet Intelligence IXP Filter Check

Oracle is an Organization Member of the Internet Society. We welcome this guest post announcing a new tool that...

Network Operators in Latin America and the Caribbean Take Steps to Strengthen Routing Security
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Improving Technical Security 4 October 2019

Network Operators in Latin America and the Caribbean Take Steps to Strengthen Routing Security

2019 has been a very good year for the Internet in Latin America and the Caribbean. In May, during...

Celebrating National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
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Improving Technical Security 2 October 2019

Celebrating National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Every October, we mark National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. From the U.S. Department of Homeland Security website, “Held every October,...

The Role of South Asia’s NOGs in Community Building
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Improving Technical Security 27 September 2019

The Role of South Asia’s NOGs in Community Building

At the recently concluded 34th South Asia Network Operators Group (SANOG 34), it was interesting not only to hear...

Network Operators in Mexico Strengthen Their Collaboration
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Improving Technical Security 10 September 2019

Network Operators in Mexico Strengthen Their Collaboration

Collaboration is a basic element for Internet development. Without it, connections among networks would be non-existent and the Internet...

Second Meeting of the Indian Network Operators’ Group Concludes Successfully
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Improving Technical Security 15 August 2019

Second Meeting of the Indian Network Operators’ Group Concludes Successfully

The Indian Network Operators’ Group (INNOG) organized their second meeting ( INNOG 2) in New Delhi on 1-4 July....

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