APNIC supported and participated in the 22nd Pacific Network Operators Group (PacNOG 22) meeting in Honiara, Solomon Islands, from 25 to 29 June 2018.
The event welcomed 60 participants from eight economies around the Pacific to learn more about Internet technologies, network with their peers, and share information.
- Elly Tawhai presented an update on APNIC’s services and new activities, including registry improvements to systems and processes to maintain accurate whois data.
- Sunny Chendi presented an overview of Internet numbering policies which have made an impact in the APNIC region and invited greater participation in the policy development process
- Jessica Wei presented on security breaches and data from APNIC’s Honeynet project.
- Jessica conducted the Network Security Fundamentals tutorial, sharing information on recent security incidents, the goals of Information Security, threats, vulnerabilities, and risks. She also helped conduct the IP/ISP Security workshop on the key concepts, protocols and policies involved in establishing and maintaining security for a network.
- On behalf of APNIC, Mark Prior conducted the IP Network Routing workshop, sharing information on basic routing concepts, the classifications of different routing protocols, the Internet’s routing architecture, basic network infrastructure design principles, OSPF, and BGP.
- Following the meeting, Elly took the opportunity to meet with APNIC Members to discuss their membership and IP address needs.
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