Guest Post: Using RPKI ROAs as if they are IRR route(6)-objects is a transitional step towards increased security in the routing ecosystem.
Geoff Huston analyses the current state of BGP security mechanisms based on his observations at the IETF 102 meeting.
Guest Post: A new, open-source platform allows you to assess the current state of Route Origin Validation deployment.
An expert panel at APRICOT 2018 examined potential issues around cross-region address resource management, including transfers, whois accuracy and geolocation data.
APNIC has completed the process of transitioning to a new RPKI single trust anchor configuration.
A national RPKI awareness and deployment project being carried out in Colombia has so far increased the economy’s RPKI deployment to over 46%.
LACNIC’s first Hackathon awards tool that visualizes RPKI deployment of BGP neighbours.
Guest Post: After a carefully planned rollout, CNNIC is now offering its RPKI service to its members.
Guest Post: Dr Di Ma briefly describes the implementation of open source RPKI Relying Party software, RPSTIR.
APNIC is transitioning from the current set of five Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) trust anchors to a single “all resources” trust anchor in an effort to streamline the RPKI process.