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There’s less than two weeks to go – start planning your APNIC 42 experience!
APNIC is participating in a series of meetings that form the preparatory process for the ITU WTSA-16.
I was invited to Washington D.C. for the first annual meeting of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE), where I discussed APNIC’s role in the Asia Pacific community.
As expected the presentations at AusCERT 2016 were great. Here are a few that caught my attention.
APNIC played an active role at the recent Cyber Security Week 2015 in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
APNIC’s External Relations Manager, Klée Aiken, participated at APEC TEL 52 in Auckland, New Zealand, with a presentation on the status of IPv6 readiness among APEC end user economies, a guest message at the opening plenary, and an update on APNIC’s cyber security activities.
APNIC’s Security Specialist presented on APNIC’s contribution to improving incident response capabilities in the AP region at the recent Sixth APT Cybersecurity Forum (CSF-6) in Bangkok, Thailand from 20-22 October 2015.
Craig Ng represented APNIC at INTERPOL’s 3rd Eurasian Working Group on Cybercrime for Heads of Units, held in China.
CSW 2015 will be held during the first week of November 2015 and will consist of a conference, technical workshops, a hacking challenge. Register now!