Yesterday, we discussed what routing is, but how do routers actually build their maps of the Internet? The Internet has over 68,000 publicly visible networks, which means it’s impractical to know about the existence of every other network or how they’re connected.
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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.
By Steve Wallace The research and education community in the U.S. relies on a critical infrastructure to meet our education and research missions: the global Internet.
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
[Portuguese] [Spanish] [French] By Megan Kruse (Internet Society) and Gilberto Zorello (NIC.br) Improving the state of routing security is no small task.
We’re very pleased to welcome Team Cymru as a MANRS participant, to reduce the most common threats to the Internet’s routing system together
A consequence of so many of us staying at home due to COVID-19 is that usage of the Internet has significantly increased – by some measures up to 50% over previous traffic levels