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.
Today, we are glad to share a milestone for the Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) initiative: the number of participants in the network operator program has reached 500.
MANRS was created in 2014 by members of the network operator community.
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.
We will be holding our next Community Meeting on Thursday, December 3, between 13.00 and 14.00 UTC. This will be an online meeting open to all MANRS participants from the Network Operators, Internet Exchange Point (IXP) and Content Delivery Network (CDN) & Cloud Provider programmes.
Calling all network operators! Are you implementing routing security measures, or do you plan to in the near future?
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.
Today, we are happy to release a new version of the MANRS Observatory with some important upgrades. Let me give you a quick walk-through of the key changes.