In January last year I looked back at 2017 trying to figure out how routing security looked like globally and on a country level. I used BGPStream.com – a great public service providing information about suspicious events in the routing system.
ASIET (Asociación Interamericana de Empresas de Telecomunicaciones) published the article on MANRS in the November’s edition of Telecomunicaciones de América Latina magazin
November was quite a busy month as MANRS gets more attention and interest from the network operators community. Since 30 October, 10 new members have joined.
MANRS Hits Major Milestone with more than 100 Network Operators Now Participating in the Global Routing Security Initiative
MANRS Observatory and MANRS Lab to Launch in 2019 Washington, D.C.
By Aftab Siddiqui, Technical Engagement Manager for Asia-Pacific Google recently faced a major outage in many parts of the world thanks to a BGP leak.
On 28 August 2018, Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán (UADY) joined the MANRS initiative
MANRS in the news: Oracle ‘net-watcher agrees, China Telecom is a repeat offender for misdirecting traffic
This article was written by Richard Chirgwin and originally published at The Register website. The views expressed in this article are those of the author alone and not the Internet Society/MANRS.
The global routing system is a lot like a water system in a city – it’s vitally important to the Internet and we tend to overlook it until something goes wrong.
This blog post was written by Demi Getschko.
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