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Geoff Huston: Starlink and the Future of Low-Orbit Internet

Geoff Huston: Starlink and the Future of Low-Orbit Internet

Anastasiya Pak

Starlink's megaconstellations deliver broadband Internet to customers around the globe. But while the tech promises to democratise Internet access, it's not always clear how existing protocols and regulations apply beyond the clouds. In this episode, Geoff Huston talks about the future of low-orbit…

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Qasim Lone: Something's Wrong on the Internet

Qasim Lone: Something's Wrong on the Internet

Alun Davies

The Internet is hardly foolproof in its design, and whether by accident or on purpose, the people who use and operate it sometimes don't do things they should or do do things they shouldn't. Qasim Lone talks about strange goings on he's investigated and how RIPE Atlas can help researchers in the fi…

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André Grilo: Ready or Not - Rethinking Cybersecurity for a Post-Quantum World

André Grilo: Ready or Not - Rethinking Cybersecurity for a Post-Quantum World

Anastasiya Pak

Quantum technologies promise all kinds of fascinating possibilities, but they also come with risks. In this episode, André Grilo, founder and CEO of QuantumNova, talks about why we need to start investing in post-quantum cryptography to protect ourselves against post-quantum threats.

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Jim Cowie: The Historical Record of the Internet

Jim Cowie: The Historical Record of the Internet

Alun Davies

Understanding outages and shutdowns and how the Internet as a whole came to be vulnerable to - but also resilient against - these kinds of events requires more than a snapshot of things as they are today. In this episode, Jim Cowie talks about how historical measurement data can help us acquire a b…

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Wim Vanderbauwhede: Frugal Computing for a Sustainable Internet

Wim Vanderbauwhede: Frugal Computing for a Sustainable Internet

Anastasiya Pak

Professor Wim Vanderbauwhede - lead of the Low Carbon and Sustainable Computing activity at the School of Computing Science of the University of Glasgow - talks to us about the carbon footprint of the ICT industry, misleading narratives around digitalisation, and why the notion of frugal computing …

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Louis Pétiniaud: Mapping the Geopolitical Internet

Louis Pétiniaud: Mapping the Geopolitical Internet

Alun Davies

Mapping the dialectical relationship between the Internet and rivalries of power and influence across territories calls on expertise from a variety of disciplines. On the RIPE Labs Podcast, Louis Pétiniaud discusses how he and colleagues at GEODE are investigating the geopolitical Internet.

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Christian Kaufmann: To Serve the Board

Christian Kaufmann: To Serve the Board

Anastasiya Pak

What it means to serve as a RIPE NCC Executive Board member has changed dramatically in the 12 years since Christian Kaufmann first took on the role. With recent years having seen organisational change, the pandemic, sanctions and war - the board is increasingly called upon to make decisions that i…

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Olena Kushnir and Viktoriia Opanasiuk: Best Practices for a Resilient Internet in Times of War

Olena Kushnir and Viktoriia Opanasiuk: Best Practices for a Resilient Internet in Times of War

Alun Davies

In this episode of the RIPE Labs podcast, we talk about how the war has changed the way the Internet community in Ukraine works, the pressure companies and individuals are under to keep this absolutely vital resource running, and the practices that have been adopted to make sure people stay connect…

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Lefteris Manassakis: In Defence of BGP

Lefteris Manassakis: In Defence of BGP

Alun Davies

BGP is the Internet's de facto routing protocol - but relatively few have a deep understanding of its vulnerabilities. Delving into threats posed by misconfigurations and hijacks, Lefteris Manassakis discusses BGP and the importance of mitigation, monitoring, and detection with ARTEMIS and Code BGP.

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Farzaneh Badiei: How Sanctions Obstruct Access to the Internet

Farzaneh Badiei: How Sanctions Obstruct Access to the Internet

Alun Davies

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.

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