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  • Fixing the Internet’s routing security is urgent and requires collaboration

    A volunteer participation program for ISPs to prevent route hijacks and IP spoofing is gaining some traction

    The Internet is fragile. Many of its protocols were designed at a time when the goal was rapid network expansion based on trust among operators. Today, the Internet’s open nature is what makes it so great for business, education and communication, but the absence of security mechanisms at its core is something that criminals are eager to exploit.  Read More

    Techworld 02/27/16
  • Fixing the Internet’s routing security is urgent and requires collaboration

    A volunteer participation program for ISPs to prevent route hijacks and IP spoofing is gaining some traction

    The Internet is fragile. Many of its protocols were designed at a time when the goal was rapid network expansion based on trust among operators. Today, the Internet’s open nature is what makes it so great for business, education and communication, but the absence of security mechanisms at its core is something that criminals are eager to exploit.  Read More

    ARN 02/27/16
  • FIXING THE INTERNET’S ROUTING SECURITY IS URGENT AND REQUIRES COLLABORATION

    A volunteer participation program for ISPs to prevent route hijacks and IP spoofing is gaining some traction

    The Internet is fragile. Many of its protocols were designed at a time when the goal was rapid network expansion based on trust among operators. Today, the Internet’s open nature is what makes it so great for business, education and communication, but the absence of security mechanisms at its core is something that criminals are eager to exploit.  Read More

    ITNews 02/26/16
  • Fixing the Internet’s routing security is urgent and requires collaboration

    A volunteer participation program for ISPs to prevent route hijacks and IP spoofing is gaining some traction

    The Internet is fragile. Many of its protocols were designed at a time when the goal was rapid network expansion based on trust among operators. Today, the Internet’s open nature is what makes it so great for business, education and communication, but the absence of security mechanisms at its core is something that criminals are eager to exploit.  Read More

    Networkworld 02/26/16
  • The Internet’s routing security needs an urgent fix, but it’ll require collaboration

    A volunteer participation program for ISPs to prevent route hijacks and IP spoofing is gaining some traction

    The Internet is fragile. Many of its protocols were designed at a time when the goal was rapid network expansion based on trust among operators. Today, the Internet’s open nature is what makes it so great for business, education and communication, but the absence of security mechanisms at its core is something that criminals are eager to exploit.  Read More

    Computerworld 02/26/16
  • Fixing the Internet’s routing security is urgent and requires collaboration

    A volunteer participation program for ISPs to prevent route hijacks and IP spoofing is gaining some traction

    The Internet is fragile. Many of its protocols were designed at a time when the goal was rapid network expansion based on trust among operators. Today, the Internet’s open nature is what makes it so great for business, education and communication, but the absence of security mechanisms at its core is something that criminals are eager to exploit.  Read More

    CIO 02/26/16
  • Fixing the Internet’s routing security is urgent and requires collaboration

    A volunteer participation program for ISPs to prevent route hijacks and IP spoofing is gaining some traction

    The Internet is fragile. Many of its protocols were designed at a time when the goal was rapid network expansion based on trust among operators. Today, the Internet’s open nature is what makes it so great for business, education and communication, but the absence of security mechanisms at its core is something that criminals are eager to exploit.  Read More

    PC World 02/26/16
  • Fixing the Internet’s routing security is urgent and requires collaboration

    A volunteer participation program for ISPs to prevent route hijacks and IP spoofing is gaining some traction

    The Internet is fragile. Many of its protocols were designed at a time when the goal was rapid network expansion based on trust among operators. Today, the Internet’s open nature is what makes it so great for business, education and communication, but the absence of security mechanisms at its core is something that criminals are eager to exploit.  Read More

    ITWorld 02/26/16
  • Bringing the ethical data conversations from academia to the enterprise

    What is the intersection between security technologies and the ways in which we process data?  Read More

    CSO 02/15/16
  • ION-Krakow at PLNOG 11: Swords, Knights, Castles, Internet?

    This week ION Krakow, co-located with the Polish Network Operators’ Group (PLNOG), took place bringing IT professionals and industry leaders from all over Europe together to discuss emerging technologies including IPv6, DNSSEC, and Routing Resiliency and Security. While getting a large number of professionals in one venue is a major feat in itself—PLNOG is one of the biggest network conferences in Poland—the conference organizers took it one step further with an amazing medieval theme made certain that the event would be pretty memorable.

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    Conferences and sword fights do not normally go hand in hand, but between medieval tournaments, and a party in a castle, we love it when a theme is truly carried through.

    In addition, PLNOG 11 debuted PLNOG4KIDS – a series of events and meetings organized for 9-12 year old children.

    Of course, there was a lot going on behind the scenes to make sure the event would go off without a hitch, not unlike the challenges ION panelists discussed during panels “Slaying the Two-Headed Beast: Challenges and Triumphs of DNSSEC” and “Fortifying the Castle: An Update on Global IPv6 Deployment.” Check out the links to archived webcasts here.

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    (Left to Right: ION-Krakow IPv6 panelists take questions from the audience; ION-Krakow speakers Jan Žorž and Sander Steffann)

    Now, onto ION-Toronto!

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