Andrei Robachevsky wrote this contributed blog post for ITProPortal, which was published today at: https://www.itproportal.com/features/meeting-customer-demand-for-security-minding-your-manrs/ It outlines some of the problems with routing security, explains the MANRS actions, discusses the new Research Study we recently completed, and describes how to Join MANRS and get involved. Please read it and let us know what you think!
For Immediate Release Study Indicates that Enterprises Value Internet and Routing Security More than Service Providers Realize Washington, D.C. – 16 October 2017 – The Internet Society today announced the results of its recent survey conducted through 451 Research, which points to a disconnect between how much enterprises care about Internet security and what service […]
We are approaching the second anniversary of launching this MANRS initiative, and we have now grown to over 40 network operators. We have just published a press release about MANRS and are working to increase MANRS’ visibility in wider circles. Working together, these participating network operators are taking action to improve the resilience and security of the […]
The Internet Society’s Andrei Robachevsky recently discussed with IDG News Service Collaborative Security, MANRS, and how we can work together to make the Internet’s routing system a safer and more stable place. In “Fixing the Internet’s routing security is urgent and requires collaboration,” Andrei and others discuss anti-spoofing, DDoS attacks, and more. Regarding MANRS, specifically, […]
The Internet’s root servers sustained a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack last week that is gathering quite a bit of media attention. We once again call on all network operators to consider implementing the actions outlined in the Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) document and signing on as supporters of the MANRS […]
“Prevent traffic with spoofed source IP addresses” is one of the four Expected Actions outlined in the MANRS document, and one that could lead to significant reduction in DDoS attacks and an overall more secure routing system. A new whitepaper from the Internet Society explores ways to make IP address spoofing a problem of the […]
I’ve been invited to give a short talk on MANRS at NANOG On The Road in Herndon, Virginia tomorrow (23 June). From the event page: NANOG On The Road events provide current NANOG content covering everything from technical services, the status of IPv6 adoption, current registry policy, to developments and hot topics in Internet Governance. […]
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 year, we worked to get a few (nine, to be precise) founding participants on board and launch the initiative and […]