During the six-month program, this group of 3 Mentors – well-respected routing security professionals – and 8 Ambassadors — emerging leaders — worked together in their regions and industries to train engineers in routing security best practices, conduct research on detecting incidents, build new tools for the MANRS community, and help policymakers better understand why routing security matters and how they can help. They conducted 20 events in 8 countries, reaching hundreds of people around the globe.
Some of their biggest accomplishments include:
- The Zen Guide to BGP Security Policy
- Detecting Forged Origin Hijacks and website
- RoVista: Measuring and Analyzing the Route Origin Validation (ROV) in RPKI
- New MANRS Observatory tool to visualize the routing security supply chain
- Events with NAP Colombia, Kolkata IXP, ANUIES, LAC-IX, inSIG 2023, IXSY, PIT Honduras, and others
- Collaboration with ISOC Chapters in Dominican Republic, Benin, and Colombia
And so much more! We still have a few papers to publish in the coming weeks, so keep reading the MANRS blog for updates.
Check out the full MANRS Symposium to hear straight from the participants all the work they did this year. Congratulations to a truly impressive group of Mentors and Ambassadors!