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Why is the Internet so Slow? by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 07 Feb, 2018 09:57 AM

Ilker Nadi Bozkurt and his colleagues found that the Internet is much slower than it could be. They wonder where this slowdown comes from and what can be done about it.

Taking it to the Limit - Testing the Performance of R&E Networking by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 14 Jul, 2017 01:15 PM

Please read this guest post by Mian Usman, Network Architect at GÉANT: One of the big questions often asked of R&E networking is why? Why, when commercial networks are so large, is there still a need for dedicated research networks? Surely organisations can simply buy commercial off-the-shelf network connectivity,with commercial service providers now offering 10 and even 100Gbit/s network connections.

How the RIPE NCC Can Help Network Operator Groups by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 21 Aug, 2017 09:49 AM

The RIPE NCC provides funding through sponsorship for local NOGs and has sent staff to speak or attend at a wide range of local community events in our service region. We believe that these efforts bring great value for the Internet community, as it helps the community in each country to develop in its own way while at the same time bringing a more regional or global viewpoint that can inform that local community.

TLS Security and Data Centre Monitoring: Searching for a Path Forward by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 20 Oct, 2017 02:16 PM

Please read this guest post by Kathleen Moriarty, Security Area Director at the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF): Protocols are evolving to meet the demands of the future. As such, we must continue to strengthen the security of these protocols to keep pace with the threat landscape.

How to Build a Security Operations Centre by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 12 Mar, 2019 08:03 AM

The Dutch National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has published a document outlining some guidelines on how you can easily set up a security operations centre (SOC) in your company or organisation. Please find a summary below.

Proposal for a RIPE Chair Selection Process by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 02 Oct, 2018 02:45 PM

Based on community discussions, including a recent plenary session at RIPE 76, here is a proposal for the RIPE Chair selection process. We are now seeking comments from you on a number of specific elements.

This is the 1,000th RIPE Labs Article by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 20 Jul, 2018 06:12 PM

I was about to publish another RIPE Labs article when someone pointed out that this would be RIPE Labs article #1,000. So, I decided to take the opportunity to look back to when it all began.

RIPE Chair Selection Process by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 14 Oct, 2018 03:09 PM

Based on community input, including a plenary session at RIPE 76 and a discussion on a dedicated mailing list, here is the final version of the RIPE Chair selection process.

What Do We Do With E-Waste? by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 09 Nov, 2018 12:30 PM

The headlines are raising awareness about the plastic soup that's clogging up our oceans but there's another problem much closer to home for much of the RIPE community: e-waste (aka 'dead electronics'). E-waste is a massive contributor to environmental pollution globally. We want to keep the conversation going about how our peers are tackling e-waste so that we can share best practices and reduce our carbon footprint together. Where is your obsolete equipment going? Are you implementing more sustainable solutions to power your business?

Post-growth Entrepreneurship by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 21 Apr, 2020 06:16 PM

"Business is one of the most effective forms of activism. Business is one of the most expressive forms of art." Melanie Rieback, CEO and Co-founder of Radically Open Security, the world’s first not-for-profit computer security consultancy company, explains what she means by this and why post-growth entrepreneurship can help to achieve our sustainable development goals.

Validating RPKI Validators by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 15 Apr, 2020 01:50 PM

In this guest post Drikus Brits describes some results and take-aways from the RPKI Deployathon that took place during APRICOT 2020.

Blind Trust by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 30 Apr, 2020 01:15 PM

"For well over a decade I have been concerned about the blind trust that exists in the technical world." Merike Kaeo, a global expert in information security, explains why and what we should do about it.

Help to Understand Secure Email Around the Globe by Mirjam Kühne — last modified 13 Jul, 2020 09:47 AM

Olamide Omolola and Tobias Fiebig are studying the degree to which email systems are configured securely. And they need your help: they want to receive emails from as many different mail providers around the world as possible.