Today, we are glad to share a milestone for the Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) initiative: the number of participants in the network operator program has reached 500.
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.
By Anirban Datta, MANRS ambassador, and Zobair Khan, MANRS fellow In this post, we look at what route origin validation (ROV) is, and why it is important for creating a more secure Internet for all.
REANNZ, New Zealand’s National Research and Education Network (NREN), is proud to be the first network operator in New Zealand to join MANRS
The MANRS Content Delivery Network (CDN) and Cloud Program continues to grow in numbers and in strength with three new participants. Hostmein, Verisign, and Vultr have deepened their commitment to strengthening the security and resilience of the Internet’s global routing system
By Steve Wallace The research and education community in the U.S. relies on a critical infrastructure to meet our education and research missions: the global Internet.
[Portuguese] [Spanish] [French] By Megan Kruse (Internet Society) and Gilberto Zorello (NIC.br) Improving the state of routing security is no small task.
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