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By Arthur Tumwesigye, Network Engineer, Research and Education Network for Uganda (RENU) Following a recent three-week MANRS workshop offered to a group of network engineers in Africa, our team at the Research and Education Network for Uganda (RENU) has taken concrete steps to help secure […]
By Tiziano Tofoni, CEO of Reiss Romoli, Flavio Luciani, CTO of Namex (Roma IXP) & MANRS ambassador, and Hiba Eltigani, MANRS fellow In our first post, we explained BGP hijacking and route leaks.
Recently, five routing security experts shared how they’ve been working to protect the Internet from the most common routing threats – by implementing and promoting the actions called for in Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security, or MAN
Whether you’re a MANRS supporter, routing security advocate, or a participant in one of our programmes, show your support by using one of our Zoom backgrounds during your online meetings
The new MANRS Fellowship Program offers highly motivated individuals an opportunity to be exposed to the mission and work of the MANRS initiative in international development. MANRS Fellows work in one of three categories: training, research, or policy.
MANRS Fellows are emerging leaders who believe that routing security is essential and are ready to contribute to its improvement in one of three categories: training, research, or policy. Today, we are proud to announce MANRS Fellows in the Training and Research categories.
We’ve appointed four MANRS ambassadors in the areas of training, research, and policy. We’re excited to welcome Anirban Datta, Flavio Luciani, Boris Mimeur, and Sanjeev Gupta to the program, and can’t wait to benefit from their input and exper
The first-ever MANRS (Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security) Fellowship Program is now accepting applications. If you are an emerging leader eager to improve the well-being of the Internet’s global routing system, apply now