The RIPE Labs article competition is back again! Have something interesting to say about the past, present, or future state of the Internet? Tell your story on RIPE Labs and win a chance to join us at RIPE 86 this May in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
If you're looking for inspiration, you can see entries from the previous competitions here and here.
Hi, I'm Jacky. Located in the vast and beautiful north of Germany - also known as Schleswig-Holstein - I'm a network architect with a variegated background in IT Ops, SecOps and agile management. Currently, my main focus lies in developing IPv6 strategies and architecture for one of the largest German IT networks.
I've been designing and running corporate IT infrastructure since 2012, after being introduced to Linux and the Chaos Computer Club in 2010. Since then I've been attending and part of organizing and running the Chaos Communication Congress and various smaller CCC events. I'm an IT professional by self-defense, because if it doesn't break around me, it probably never will.
With the next RIPE Meeting coming up, some of us might be dreading the networking we take ourselves to know less about: social networking. But its functions show inherent parallels to the base functions of computer networking. So accompany me to a deep dive on how the OSI layers relate to human com…
Hey there! My name is Radu, and I'm a Systems Engineer studying Cybersecurity in Estonia. My expertise is Networking and Network Security. I've always been passionate about technology and how it can shape the world around us. But what drives me is the potential for technology to make the internet a safer place.
Determined to use my expertise to make a positive impact on society, I am very excited about the endless possibilities that the future holds. With my passion, drive, and determination, there's no doubt that I will become a rising star in the field of ICT.
Explore the concepts and tools needed to ensure the stability and reliability of BGP networks. With a focus on security, visibility, and operability, this article gives an overview of configuring BGP, a complex protocol used to build and maintain the Internet.
When operating large, globally distributed networks, hardware failures, provider outages, and other changes in behaviour are regular occurrences. Systems that can raise alarms at the first signs of trouble can alert human operators or automated systems and enable faster corrective action. To this e…
This article presents a set of open-source tools - “reusable visualisations” - that extend the AS hegemony visualisations provided by the Internet Health Report. Users can directly use the online tools or embed the IHR data on their own posts, webpages, or Observable HQ notebooks.
Fredrik is currently working at Netnod as a Security Expert in the Security Engineering team. His role is focused on internal processes, public policy development and the implications of policy on Netnod’s services.
In 2021, Fredrik defended his PhD-thesis, Coordinating the Internet: Thought styles, technology and coordination. Prior to that, he worked as a systems engineer in the financial services sector with a focus on systems integration and replacement of dedicated communications networks and services for financial services over the Internet.
Fredrik has a PhD in Industrial Engineering and Management with specialisation in Economic Information Systems and an MSc in Computer Science and Engineering.
With information security such a complex and fast-moving field, how can companies gather enough information to make informed decisions about what is right for their networks? What criteria should you look for, how do you evaluate systems, and how can you determine which methods will scale most effe…