At a recent meeting, the new MANRS Advisory Group appointed Andrew Gallo (George Washington University, USA) and Warrick Mitchell (AARNet, Australia) as its first Co-Chairs. The new roles are an important step towards MANRS self-governance.
Whilst the global routing system of the Internet is a key element of critical infrastructure, most Computer Security and Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) do not include routing security within their service portfolios.
MANRS was created in 2014 by members of the network operator community.
We will be holding our next Community Meeting on Thursday, December 3, between 13.00 and 14.00 UTC. This will be an online meeting open to all MANRS participants from the Network Operators, Internet Exchange Point (IXP) and Content Delivery Network (CDN) & Cloud Provider programmes.
Now in this series, we’ve discussed what routing is, how it works, what’s wrong with routing, and types of routing incidents. In this last part, let’s talk about how to fix some of the problems by working together to improve routing secu
So far this week, we’ve talked about what routing is, how it works, and some of its general challenges. Now, let’s get specific about some of the biggest issues facing the Internet’s routing sy
We’re very pleased to welcome Team Cymru as a MANRS participant, to reduce the most common threats to the Internet’s routing system together
A consequence of so many of us staying at home due to COVID-19 is that usage of the Internet has significantly increased – by some measures up to 50% over previous traffic levels
Today, we’re proud to announce another milestone: the number of network operators that commit to the Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) has surpassed 300. The current number of network operator program participants stands at 322