Today, we are proud to debut a new badge that all Routing Resilience Manifesto / MANRS participants can use to help spread the word that they are helping make the Internet a safer place.
Last February at APRICOT 2014 our Internet Society team organized a NetOps workshop where I presented the idea for this Routing Resilience Manifesto initiative.
Happy new year! It is the beginning of 2015 and a good time to look back and see how we finished the previous year.
Just a few hours after the official launch of the initiative we received three requests to join.
A number of us involved with the MANRS document are going to be at IETF 91 next week in Honolulu, Hawaii, and thought we would get together for an informal lunch on Thursday, November 13, at 11:30am HST, to talk about the launch of the […]
We are pleased to announce that the MANRS document was officially launched this morning, November 6, 2014. Read the news release on the Internet Society’s site
Given that it is useful to have a graphic that can be used in articles about this initiative, we created a basic MANRS graphic that you are free to download and use however you see fit under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported licens
At the RIPE 69 meeting today in London, Andrei Robachevsky gave a lightning talk about “How Can We Work Together to Improve the Security and Resilience of the Global Routing System?” where he introduced the MANRS document and asked people to join the initiative.
Based on the feedback we’ve received over the past few months we have now published an updated document under the name of the Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS).