APNIC’s Tashi Phuntsho participated at the Internet Association of Australia’s (IAA) — ‘Life under lockdown: how to stop heists, hijacks and hostages’ event, held online on 21 July 2020.
Like many other organizations, IAA are holding online events as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the second of the events held to date and focused on Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) and why it is important to deploy it in your networks.
- Tashi gave a presentation on some of the practical ways to implement RPKI and Route Origin Validation (ROV), issues seen with running multiple validators, and why it is important to still have traditional filtering methods alongside Route Origin Authorization (ROA) based filtering. Tashi also gave an update on RPKI implementation in Australia.
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