By Alfred Arouna, MANRS Fellow (2020 cohort) Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) is the way to cryptographically sign records that associate a Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) route announcement with the correct originating AS number.
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.
Many people are confused about routing security terms like “Bogons” and “Martians”, so let’s dig into what they mean, where they came from, and the difference betw
By Flavio Luciani, MANRS ambassador, and Carmen Denis Polanco, MANRS fellow Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) are delicate infrastructure and play an important role in the Internet ecosystem.
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Whilst the global routing system of the Internet is a key element of critical infrastructure, most Computer Security and Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) do not include routing security within their service portfolios.
Originally launched for network operators in 2014, the MANRS initiative has expanded to also address the unique needs of Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) in 2018 and Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) and Cloud Providers in 2020.
By Augusto Luciano Mathurin, MANRS fellow After a lot of research, you have some knowledge about Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) and how to implement it in your organization.
In a region with a wealth of resources and network expertise but a higher than average number of global routing incidents, the Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) initiative can help networks champion a more secure routing environment.