Today, we are proud to announce the 2022 cohort of MANRS Fellows. Fellows are emerging leaders who believe that routing security is essential and are ready to contribute to its improvement in training, research, or policy.
We are excited to announce five individuals have been selected as 2022 MANRS Ambassadors, including two who served as Fellows last year. Ambassadors are representatives from MANRS participant organizations who show expertise and leadership in the routing security community.
On 15 February 2022, several high-level Ukrainian services including the Ministry of Defence and two large national banks were targeted with DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks. Financial services were disrupted for several hours.
The world needs a secure and resilient Internet, especially in the face of an ongoing pandemic still driving more activity and more people online. Here, we’ll share a few highlights from the MANRS Community Report 2021 and outline some of our plans for 2022
The MANRS Steering Committee election closed at 23.59 UTC on 5 November 2021, and the result has now been confirmed by the Election Chair Craig Ng (APNIC).
By Somesh Chaturmohta and Ali Monfared, Microsoft Networking Today, we are happy to see the Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) community coming together to propose a set of recommendations for the management of cryptographic objects that are at the heart of Resource Public […]
We’re holding two MANRS Community Meetings on Wednesday, 20 October 2021, and we’ve managed to line up some great speakers for this one! We will hold two separate sessions to facilitate participation from across the glo
The MANRS community is looking for volunteers to serve on its new Steering Committee and will open the call for nominations on 1 October 2021 in anticipation of a November election.
Since 2014, MANRS has grown to include three programs, each contributing to routing security in its own way. Participants implement tailored, relevant actions that ultimately help defend the Internet against route hijacks, route leaks, IP address spoofing, and other attacks.