Session for those who are attending a LACNIC-LACNOG event for the first time.
LACNIC's Public Policy Forum is where proposals regarding the rules or policies for Internet resource management to be applied in Latin America and the Caribbean are presented, discussed and approved. The forum is open to the public and anyone interested in doing so may participate.
This forum is also an interactive space where LACNIC presents its activity reports and the regional community discusses relevant technical issues.
The Latin American and Caribbean Computer Security Incident Response Teams Meeting has become a workspace for Latin American and Caribbean actors to share security-related issues. This sharing of knowledge among the participants aims at strengthening the region in terms of computer security incident prevention and impact mitigation. (By invitation only)
Meeting of the Latin American and Caribbean Association of Internet Exchange Point Operators. (By invitation only)
The Peering Forum provides network operators and other members of the industry with the opportunity to meet, exchange ideas and experiences, and discuss future Internet interconnection activities.
More information and registration in: http://peeringforum.lat/
Latin American and Caribbean Network Operators Forum.
The purpose of this forum is to discuss and exchange technical information and experiences in network operation and infrastructure development. The forum promotes the discussion of technical implementation issues and operational practices among members of the Latin American and Caribbean community.
The General Assembly, acting in concordance with the bylaws, is the sovereign organ of the institution. It is made up of all members of the institution who are entitled to participate in it, and will take any decisions of interest to the membership, adjusting to the bylaws and any legal and regulatory norms which may be applicable.
There shall be two types of General Member Assemblies: Ordinary and Extraordinary. Ordinary Member Assemblies shall be held once a year, within the first six months following the closing of the fiscal year, the date for which has been set as 31st December. These Assemblies shall:
Consider, approve or modify the annual report, general balance sheet, inventory, expense and income account, and the report presented by the Fiscal Commission
Establish membership fees and determine procedures for their update when necessary. These procedures shall be implemented by the Board of Directors, including payment deadlines, the transitional regime in case of modifications to membership fees, as well as discounts, benefits, rebates, fines in case of failure to pay such membership fees, and financing of membership fees;
Consider any other matters included in the agenda, provided they are within the competence of the Ordinary Member Assembly;
Consider any matter proposed by no less than 20% of members and submitted to the Board of Directors within thirty days of the closing of the fiscal year.
All other matters, including modifications to the Bylaws, shall be addressed during General Extraordinary Assemblies.
For more information, please access the full chapter IV (Assemblies) of the LACNIC Bylaws.
LACTLD Policy and Legal Workshop and General Assembly
The BoF (Birds of a Feather) session is an informal meeting where the attendees group together based on a shared interest and carry out discussions without any pre-planned agenda.
Session for participants who have benefitted from LACNIC's Fellowship Program.
The LACNIC Technical Forum is a space where the community can meet face-to-face during LACNIC events to share and discuss various topics. The forum includes top-level technical presentations on issues such as cybersecurity, IPv6, DNS, the Internet of Things, interconnection, network operation, regulation and others.
On the first day, activities will include the plenary session for discussing topics related to Security Incident Management. The second and third days will be devoted to training activities (in Spanish).