My colleague, Sylvia and I will be at RightsCon South East Asia in Manilla next week. If you haven’t heard of the conference before then have a look at their website and program highlights.
Over 50 countries and over 300 institutions, corporations, government bodies, and civil society groups will be converging from 24 to 25 March for this global workshop aimed at protecting the open Internet and the digital rights of its users.
APNIC is one of the sponsors of this conference and we are pretty excited to be part of this! What is more exciting is that I will have two speaking engagements at the conference.
The first will be a lightning talk on IPv6 (or IPv6 for noobs!) So if you’ve been wanting to get know what the whole fuss is about with IPv6 and why it is relevant then check out the Techdemo / Lightning Talk session on Day 1 from 3:30 – 4:45PM
After that (still Day-1 , 5:00 – 6:15pm) I will be co-leading the “Everyday Threat: A Cyber Incident Roleplay” workshop where participants get to experience a cyber security incident and work together to figure out how to deal with a security incident. I can’t share with you the details at the moment but it is going to be very interactive and fun. The workshop itself is a combined effort between APNIC, AccesNow and the Asia Cloud Computing Association and yes, we’ve been working hard for the last couple of weeks. So please join us!
If you are attending RightsCon2015, see you soon and feel free to talk to us about APNIC or APNIC activities in the region.
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