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
By Grace Ingabire, CEO of RICTA The Rwanda Internet Community and Technology Alliance (RICTA), in partnership with the Internet Society, recently concluded a three-week, practical training for local engineers from local ISPs and network operators.
By Tiziano Tofoni, CEO of Reiss Romoli, and Flavio Luciani, CTO of Namex (Roma IXP) Many incidents in the Internet are caused by the propagation of incorrect routing information.
This article by Md Abdul Awal first appeared on the APNIC blog.
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
This week, we started a practical online course on MANRS for a group of engineers in Rwanda in collaboration with the Rwanda Internet Community and Technology Alliance (RICTA), which runs the Rwanda Internet Exchange (RINEX).
Collaboration and shared responsibility are two pillars of the MANRS initiative to create a baseline of routing security for network operators around the world.
France-IX has joined the MANRS IXP programme after meeting a number of eligibility criteria, reflecting its long-term involvement in securing routing infrastructure.
Washington, DC – 22 May, 2019 –The Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) initiative, supported by the Internet Society, today announced that Microsoft has joined the program whose primary objective is to reduce the most common threats to the Internet’s routing sy