Technology and Governance for an Open and Secure Internet
Welcome to the first daily recap of our activities during LACNIC 19 in Medellin, Colombia!
This Sunday, May 5th, 2013, over 300 people came on the first day of registration at the Intercontinental Hotel to pick up the materials and participate in the five proposed parallel tutorials. We thank the participants from more than 20 countries in the region and the world who have joined us in Medellin, elected most innovative city in the world in 2012. We invite you to read these updates on the activities during Lacnic19, available daily at the event website and printed at the registration desk, in Spanish, English and Portuguese.
The five tutorials, presented today at 14:00 hours (Medellin local time, UTC -5:00 hours) with participation of over 200 people, were:
Basic IPv6 Tutorial, presented by Jordi Palet (Spain), Consulintel.
BGP routing and RPKI Tutorial (Part One), presented by Alvaro Retana (Costa Rica), Cisco Systems and Carlos Martinez (Uruguay), LACNIC.
DNSSEC Tutorial (Part One), presented by Richard Lamb (USA), ICANN and Gonzalo Romero (Colombia). CO Internet.
Tutorial Security Incident Management for Internet Service Providers (Part One), presented by Eduardo Carozo, ITC-ANTEL (Uruguay) and Giovanni Cruz, independent consultant (Colombia).
LACNIC Services Tutorial (Registration Service, RPKI, WHOIS, Reverse Resolution), presented by Sergio Rojas (Paraguay), Gerardo Rada (Venezuela) and Carlos Martínez (Uruguay) from LACNIC.
The day concluded in the Sucre room, with a meeting in which Ernesto Majó, Communications, Cooperation and External Relations Manager at LACNIC, welcomed and explained the dynamics of LACNIC events to more than 90 new registered participants.
We invite you to join us tomorrow for the registration, the second part of some of the tutorials that started today and two new tutorials (Advanced IPv6 and IPv6 Workshop for decision makers). Starting with the Opening ceremony at 2 pm and for the rest of the event, there will be webcasting and simultaneous translation into English and Portuguese. It will also be possible to follow the updates of the event all week via Twitter with the hashtag #Lacnic19.
Stay tuned for our next daily recap!
Thanks for reading,
The LACNIC team.