LEAs are important members of the APNIC community working towards a safer and more secure Internet.
Geoff Huston examines the policy proposals discussed at ARIN 39, including those dealing with whois database curation and IPv4 transfers.
Guest Post: EUROPOL’s Grégory Mounier argues that more detailed policy is required to address whois inaccuracy problems.
Sri Lanka’s Criminal Investigation Department will be presenting an alternative view on managing whois data quality at the upcoming Policy SIG at APNIC 42. Here’s what you need to know.
I recently represented APNIC at INTERPOL’s 3rd Eurasian Working Group on Cybercrime for Heads of Units, held in Xiamen, China.
Craig Ng represented APNIC at INTERPOL’s 3rd Eurasian Working Group on Cybercrime for Heads of Units, held in China.
During the APNIC 39 Policy SIG in Fukuoka two issues were raised that began a discussion about the importance of whois to the community and other stakeholders.
As the dust settled from the Global Conference on Cyber Security, four APNIC staff members recorded a podcast discussing APNIC’s work in cyber security.
Has “security failed”, as recently claimed at the RSA Conference?
The head of the Australian federal government’s new Cyber Security Centre, spoke recently on attribution, and it got me thinking.