Welcome to APNIC 52. There’s plenty of great content to look forward to over the next few days, including tutorials to extend your learning, four technical sessions on topics including routing, DNS, RDAP and DDoS, two FIRST security sessions, an IPv6 deployment session, and a Lightning Talks session.
Don’t miss the keynote presentations
Opening the conference is Kathleen Moriarty who will speak on the role of service providers in transforming security. Geoff Huston, Jared Mauch, and Sean Donelan will then jointly present on lessons learned from global outages at the Technical Keynotes session, followed by Wataru Saito, who will discuss the design and operation of network infrastructure for the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Get practical tips and clear advice from Jen Linkova, Afifa Abbas, Annaliza Mulingbayan, and Maria Theresa Perez on submitting presentations for APNIC conferences and other events at the Women in ICT session. It’s a great opportunity learn more about how to share your great content!
Supercharge your career
Budding Internet leaders Munkhbat Tserenchimed, Anju Mangal, and Praneet Kaur will share their experiences and provide practical, real-world advice on how they made the most of the opportunities presented in the early part of their careers.
Grow your professional network
Conference chat will be available for registered conference delegates for social and professional networking.
To use the chat, make sure you have pop-ups enabled for the APNIC 52 website. You will be able to start chatting with other participants in the main groups or individually.
Please note the code of conduct applies when using the chat.
Have a question about your Internet number resources or APNIC products? Chat or Skype one-on-one with an APNIC staff member for a confidential discussion.
You can also help APNIC improve product and service offerings by participating in short product research sessions. You’ll receive an AUD 25 eGift voucher for your participation!
Thanks to the sponsors
APNIC is excited to bring you the conference and offers thanks to all the sponsors for their support.
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