Professor Gihan Dias takes us on a journey from the beginnings of the Internet in Sri Lanka to the future opportunities it will provide students and researchers.
A fixture of the region’s technical training scene for 17+ years, Champika Wijayatunga remains passionate about developing capacity in his home country of Sri Lanka.
HKNOG 3.0 was another record breaking HKNOG event with more than 140 people attending on the day.
As we count down to APNIC 42, we speak to some local Internet champions to learn about the history, challenges and opportunities for the Internet in Sri Lanka.
Hong Kong Network Operators Group held their second meeting for 2016 – HKNOG 3.0 – on 9 September 2016.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are on the increase. But what are the motivations of the attackers?
The synthesis document covers a snapshot of the various issues and themes covered at the 2016 APrIGF.
There’s less than two weeks to go – start planning your APNIC 42 experience!
Online voting is open now for the NRO NC election.
Guest Post: In the second part of this series we look at why HTTPS has become so popular among users and web domain owners.