NANOG Security Track: Route Security

Karl Gerhard karl_gerh at
Mon Oct 1 08:55:33 UTC 2018


I just wanted to mention that NANOG is being read all over the world - as far as I know this is the biggest english speaking "NOG" mailing list... in the world. Most of the readers here will never attend a NANOG meeting and a big part of those won't attend because they live on other parts of the planet.

The topics seem very interesting and highly relevant for networks everywhere and I find it very unfortunate that there will be no recording.

Best Regards from Europe

*From:* Krassimir Tzvetanov [mailto:maillists at]
*Sent:* Mon, Oct 1, 2018 12:30 AM CEST
*To:* Sam Oduor
*Cc:* NANOG mailing list
*Subject:* NANOG Security Track: Route Security

> Sam,
> To ensure unimpeded information sharing and discussion, the Security Track will not be broadcast or recorded.
> I apologise for the inconvenience.
> Regards,
> Krassimir
> On Sun, Sep 30, 2018, 1:05 PM Sam Oduor <sam.oduor at <mailto:sam.oduor at>> wrote:
>     Hi
>     Any online link available for remote participation or viewing ?
>     On Sun, Sep 30, 2018 at 7:46 PM Krassimir Tzvetanov <maillists at <mailto:maillists at>> wrote:
>         Hello Everyone,
>         I wanted to attract your attention to the Security Track this coming NANOG. We'll be meeting on Tuesday morning and the line up looks like this:
>         * Andre Toonk - examples of hijacks, other ideas
>         * Alexander Azimov - State of BGP Security
>         * David Wishnick - ARIN TAL
>         * Job Snijders - Routing security roadmap
>         * Chris Morrow - So I need to start filtering routes from peers...' and 'hey guess who needs to update their IRR data?'
>         Time permitting at the end of the time slot we'll have a panel and time for duscussion as well.
>         Regards,
>         Krassi
>     -- 
>     Samson Oduor

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