CENIC is initiating a pilot project to explore regional adoption of Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS), a global initiative to make the Internet more secure. Those who join MANRS agree to apply best practices, that when taken by all users, dramatically improve the resilience and security of the Internet routing infrastructure.
MANRS is supported by the Internet Society, an international nonprofit dedicated to the open development, use, and evolution of the Internet. More than 30 research and education networks worldwide have already adopted MANRS, including Internet2, the US research and education (R&E) consortium. Industry giants such as Google and Microsoft also participate. [Read more on the CENIC Blog…]