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.
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If you are a policymaker or a business executive, why should you care about routing security? Why does it matter to you? If you are an IT executive with hundreds of tasks to do, why should you prioritize routing security?
The MANRS Observatory monitors Internet routing security by aggregating data from trusted sources into a user-friendly dashboard to help network operators improve the security of their networks.
We are launching a free online tool today to help network operators and researchers see the state of Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) around the world.
A MANRS task force has developed a set of recommendations to help increase the resilience and security of Route Origin Authorization (ROA). We would love to have your feedback.
This week is RPKI Week! To boost adoption of Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) during the event, we are running a contest to encourage network operators to add Route Origin Authorizations (ROAs) to their networks.
By Peter Peele, Computer Engineer, who has given us permission to repost this post from his blog.