By Steven Wallace, Internet2 Security Architect and MANRS Ambassador (2021 cohort) This article is adapted from the original version that appeared on Internet2, which has kindly let us republish it.
While MANRS has gone from strength to strength since its beginning in 2014, gaining attention, interest, and credibility from network operators worldwide, for the initiative to be sustainable and impactful in the long run there should be a stronger sense of ownership by the community.
Join us in welcoming five respected industry leaders as this year’s MANRS Ambassadors in the areas of training, research, and policy
Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) and cloud providers exchange trafﬁc with thousands of other networks so data can ﬂow efﬁciently around the world, and their participation in MANRS ampliﬁes the positive effect they have on routing security and the routing hygiene of networks they pee
This article originally appeared on APNIC, which has kindly let us repost it. In 2020, the Internet was a lifeline for many people across the world as COVID-19 shifted schools and businesses online.
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.
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.