BGP and DNSSEC workshops at PhNOG 2019

By on 30 Jan 2019

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APNIC’s Shane Hermoso will deliver two workshops at the annual Philippines Network Operators Group (PhNOG 2019) conference, held in Cebu, Philippines from 4 to 8 March.

BGP 101

BGP is one of the key routing protocols that run the Internet. This workshop will provide an introduction to the protocol, focusing on features, operations, attributes, and BGP configuration.

This one-day workshop (4 March) is aimed at people who wish to advance their knowledge of IP networks. We recommended participants have a working knowledge of TCP/IP, networks, and routing.


The DNS is a critical part of the Internet’s infrastructure, and securing it is vital to its operations. In this workshop, we will discuss DNS security in detail, focusing on DNSSEC specifications for securing DNS information. In this one-day workshop (5 March) we will examine the mechanisms to establish authenticity and integrity of DNS data and delegate trust.

Visit the PhNOG event page for details and to register.

Network Security workshop, Manila

Following PhNOG, APNIC will also be delivering a three-day Network Security workshop from 12 to 14 March 2019, in Manila, Philippines.

This workshop is designed for engineers, network managers and operators, and security policy makers who are interested in network security, understanding the threats their organization faces and how to mitigate such threats.

Register now and pay before 15 February 2019 to get the early bird rate.

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    1. Robbie Mitchell

      Howdy Charlie,
      You can see upcoming workshops via the APNIC Training events calendar
      In the meantime, check out the APNIC Academy for introductory online courses and webinar recordings


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