Adli Wahid gave an overview of APNIC’s cybersecurity activities in the Pacific at the Cyber Security Regional Forum in Sydney, Australia, from 4 to 5 April 2019.
Participating in incident response hands-on exercises is all part of preparing for when cybersecurity incidents occur.
Guest Post: The recent Community Network eXchange Asia-Pacific event held in Delhi explored how the Internet can improve the lives of underserved and unserved communities.
Guest Post: DNS-OARC events provides DNS enthusiasts the opportunity to hear from leading DNS operators, vendors and researchers.
Pacific economies, such as the Marshall Islands, are becoming more aware of their reliance on high-speed Internet for business and communication, especially when it goes down.
APNIC is assisting with developing and presenting a series of face-to-face workshops for law enforcement officers and investigators.
USD 115,000 in funding is on offer for innovative projects that foster Internet development across the Asia Pacific. Apply now!
The APNIC Executive Council has endorsed the adoption of policy proposals that reduce the maximum IPv4 delegation size to a /23 and abolish the IPv4 waiting list.
APNIC participated at PhNOG 2019 in Cebu, Philippines from 4 to 8 March 2019.
I recently attended HKNOG 7.0 and visited with Members in Shenzen, China.