It all started with a message on IRC asking, why doesn’t Croatia have its own NOG? Good question, we thought! In this article, we look at the steps we took last year to launch NOG.HR and hold our first NOG event.
Krill is a free, open source RPKI Certificate Authority from NLnet Labs that lets you run delegated RPKI under one or multiple RIRs. In this article, we provide a comprehensive, step-by-step guide on how you can run Krill under the RIPE NCC.Read article
Bringing the voice of youth on the digital world to you from +35 countries. We talk about policies and governance, with a focus on online safety, cybersecurity skills, online fakes and all the hottest internet issues. Our opinions are drafted by young professionals from the Youth IGF community.
In conversation with Youth IGF leaders from across the world, Tomas Lamanauskas - Deputy Secretary General of the ITU - heard young people’s input on his three main priorities: connectivity, sustainability and cooperation with partners to make the ITU an organisation fit for the times we live in.
Taejoong (Tijay) Chung is an Assistant Professor at the Computer Science department at Virginia Tech. His work focuses on Internet security, privacy implications, and Internet measurement. He received the ACM CCS Best Paper Honorable Mention Award (2022), IRTF Applied Networking Research Prize (2019), ACM IMC Distinguished Paper Award (2019), NSF CRII Award (2019), USENIX Security Distinguished Paper Award (2017).
Measuring adoption of ROV is challenging without direct access to routers in the wild. My colleagues and I at Virginia Tech, IIJ, RIPE NCC, and MANRS have developed a new measurement platform (RoVISTA) to measure the current deployment status of ROV. You can help by taking our survey!
Massimo Candela - Senior Software Engineer for NTT’s Global IP Network (GIN) - has been busy sharing his experience of deploying RPKI with the community. In this guest post, Dan Fidler takes a closer look at the message Massimo has been getting across.
Based in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Alastair Strachan is Community Development Officer at the RIPE NCC. In this role, he works to strengthen the RIPE NCC's engagement with the RIPE NCC membership, the RIPE community, government, law enforcement and other Internet stakeholders. Alastair also coordinates the RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund which gives funding to non-commercial projects that benefit the RIPE community.
Network Operator Groups (NOGs) are an essential part of the Internet community, carrying out a similar function to the RIPE community on a national or local level. We look at the results of a recent survey we carried out to learn more about how NOGs are keeping local Internet communities connected.
Based in Los Angeles, CA, USA
Leo Vegoda is developing PeeringDB’s product roadmap. He was previously responsible for organizational planning and improvement in ICANN’s Office of the COO, and Internet Number Resources in the IANA department, as well as running Registration Services at the RIPE NCC.
Data quality and search were ranked most important by respondents to our last three user surveys. This update looks at improvements we have made to keep data quality high by improving automation, giving users better tools, and making it easier to find and export data in PeeringDB.
As another year draws to a close, we take a look back over some of the many articles and podcast episodes we're proud to have shared with our readers in 2022!
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Economic sanctions have a very clear but complicated impact on people's access to the global Internet. In this episode, I talk to Dr Farzaneh Badiei from Digital Medusa about how sanctions obstruct access to the Internet.
Geolocation providers usually focus on locating end user devices at the edge of the Internet. But what about the machines that make up the infrastructure in the middle? In this episode, Chris Amin talks about RIPE IPmap - an API developed by the RIPE NCC to geolocate core Internet infrastructure.
In this post we will look at how network time works today and the technology that keeps it accurate and secure. Most of the digital tools that society relies on–across sectors such as finance, telecommunication, security and energy–only work with precise and reliable time synchronisation. But what …
George Michaelson is currently APNIC's senior R&D scientist. Recently, he has been working on long-baseline IPv6 and DNS statistics using Internet-wide end-user measurement, services logging, audit and analysis, and design and implementation of the Internet Number Resource Certification framework. George is a member of the BCS, and a founder member of the Australian chapter of the Internet Society. He participates regularly in IETF standardisation meetings, and co-authors Request For Comment (RFC) documents, technical drafts, and conference and peer-review papers. George graduated from York University in 1982 with a BSc in Computer Science. His career in the United Kingdom and Australia has pursued research and development in computer science, networking, and systems administration.
As the world gets warmer and the tides continue to rise, the Internet as we know it is going to have to adapt in order to face the risks of climate change.