In this episode, we’re taking a closer look at Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) in Australia and New Zealand with Terry Sweetser.
Terry recently worked on an Internet Society project to measure RPKI adoption in Australia and New Zealand among its government services and critical infrastructure. We’ve invited him to discuss the results and research methodology on PING, including the challenges of working with public sources of data.
Watch Terry’s presentation on this project at APRICOT 2022 and check out the RPKI @ APNIC portal for more information on RPKI as well as useful deployment case studies, how-to posts, and links to hands-on APNIC Academy lessons and labs.
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