Name: Arturo Servin
Position: Interconnect and Edge Planning Technical Program Manager
Organization: Google Inc.
MANRS participant (Y/N): Yes
Arturo L. Servin Niembro currently works in Google as Interconnect and Edge Planning Technical Program Manager. He has extensively work in the recent years to improve routing security at Google and within their interconnection program. Previously joining Google he was Chief Technology Officer at the Internet Address Registry for Latin America and the Caribbean (LACNIC). Arturo also has worked as a research engineer, consultant and network manager at various organizations the UK and Mexico. He received his PhD from the Department of Computer Science at the University of York, where his research focused on artificial intelligence, machine learning, and network security. In addition, he holds a Masters degree in Telecom Management and a B.S. in Electronic Systems Engineering, both from ITESM Campus Monterrey, Mexico. Arturo has worked on multiple innovation projects, including the development of Internet-2 in Mexico, where he served as Chairman of the Network Development Committee and Coordinator of the working group on IP-Multicast.
My name is Arturo Servin and I work at Google. I have been working on Routing Security for some years, initially at LACNIC leading the initial effort for its RPKI system development. Now at Google working to improve our internal routing security operations that included BGP filters based on IRR, fixing and automating our RPKI and IRR resource publishing and also with all our interconnections partners, ISPs, Internet Exchange Points, and other CDNs and Cloud providers to promote better routing practices.
I have been working with MANRS for a few years now, initially as part of the team that worked to make Google a member of MANRS for the Network Operators Program and later a founding member of the CDN and Cloud Provider Program. Among other activities where I have participated on MANRS I was also part of the initial MANRS Advisory Group that was the foundation of the new Steering Committee that now is calling for election.
If I am elected as part of the new Steering Committee I am planning to do my best to promote MANRS among the technical community and continue to work on finding ways to solve our long standing problems on Routing Security on the Internet.
Nominated by: Self-nomination