Can discussions surrounding cybersecurity governance learn from past Internet governance experiences?
Share your thoughts on the products APNIC is working on related to improving how network operators can access routing and network security information.
The bcrypt mechanism provides APNIC Members with an easy-to-use method of protecting their whois objects from unauthorized changes.
The myIDNIC service will enable IDNIC members to update their registration information, and manage their resource and annual membership payments in one place.
Using role objects can make managing whois details easier.
APNIC will soon implement an important change to the aut-num object in the APNIC Whois Database.
Whois and data privacy — namely, the impact of the GDPR — was the main topic of discussion at the recent ICANN 62 meeting.
Guest Post: The challenges around whois accuracy was the topic of discussion at the APNIC 45 Cooperation SIG.
Guest Post: A federated authentication system would make it easier to operate and use RDAP without the need to maintain server-specific client credentials.
RIPE NCC will soon close off the creation of new foreign ROUTE and ROUTE6 objects in their database. Read why.