Pacific cybersecurity has received another boost with the launch of Vanuatu’s Computer Emergency Response Team.
APNIC supported and participated in PacNOG 22 in Honiara, Solomon Islands, from 25 to 29 June 2018.
The designers of RTBADT (Real Time BGP Anomaly Detection Tool) used a new technique to detect BGP anomalies in a matter of seconds.
Since its launch 12 months ago, the APNIC Academy has launched three online courses and enrolled more than 2,300 participants, with 450 people successfully completing a course.
Guest Post: In commemoration of Viet Nam IPv6 Day 2018, VNNIC held a series of conferences and workshops to promote IPv6 deployment in 4G LTE, content services, and the networks of government agencies.
Last week’s Internet and IPv6 security workshop in Bangkok was the latest in a string of partnership initiatives between APNIC and the ITU in the Asia Pacific.
Build your Internet operational skills and apply now for a fellowship to participate at APNIC 46. The deadline for applications is Friday, 8 June 2018 at 23:59 (UTC +10).
APNIC recently travelled to the world’s smallest economy, Tokelau, to assist with developing in-country capacity to deploy IPv6.
Guest Post: Citizen initiative brings the Internet to rural areas, bridging the digital divide.
Guest Post: Read why women who graduate with degrees in engineering, computer science and ICT in Mongolia are less likely to be employed in tech jobs than men.