Routing system is at risk - let's secure it together!

16/07/2018 Presentación


We have a collective responsibility to ensure a secure routing infrastructure. Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security – MANRS – is a global initiative of network operators and IXPs to reduce the most common routing threats. MANRS offers an opportunity for a globally adopted, systemic approach to routing security. This talk will present detailed statistics about what's happening in the global routing system, and offer ways to leverage the MANRS security baseline and demonstrate commitment to the security and sustainability of the Internet. It will also cover recent developments, such as the new MANRS IXP Programme aimed at scaling up the adoption of security practices.


Andrei Robachevsky

Andrei joined Internet Society in 2011. Prior to joining ISOC, Andrei was Chief Technical Officer of the RIPE NCC. He was responsible for the deployment of DNSSEC for the reverse DNS tree and deployment of anycast instances of the K-root DNS server.

Andrei brings to the Internet Society more than 10 years experience in the Internet technical community. For more than a decade he is actively following Regional Internet Registry (RIR) and Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) activities. He was Chair of the Number Resource Organization’s (NRO) Engineering Coordination Group (ECG), which is responsible for various technical inter-RIR activities and projects. In 2010-2012 Andrei was a member of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB). Andrei is based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.