A Partnership to Advance Digital Rights and Internet Development in Africa
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A Partnership to Advance Digital Rights and Internet Development in Africa

The Internet Society and CIPESA have commited to work together for an open, secure, and trustworthy Internet for Africa.

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I Just Want to Communicate Confidentially: Is That too Much to Ask?
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I Just Want to Communicate Confidentially: Is That too Much to Ask?

The need for confidential communication and finding it difficult to achieve is a sentiment that spans national borders and cultures. That is the message from the Internet Society’s survey regarding ...
Internet Architecture Board (IAB)
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Make Encryption The Norm For All Internet Traffic, Says The Internet Architecture Board (IAB)

The Internet Architecture Board announced a new "" yesterday that calls on "protocol designers, developers, and operators to make encryption the norm for Internet traffic".  The statement, distributed via email by ...
RandyBush_HSM_RPKI
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Video: CrypTech and RPKI (Randy Bush at RIPE 68)

How do we build an open hardware security module that's verifiably secure? Can we use Openflow and BGP RPKI to enforce route validation in the data plane? In this two ...
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Join The VUC Podcast Live On Friday, May 2, To Talk TLS/SSL And The Need For “More Crypto”

Why do we need "more crypto" everywhere? How can we get more people using TLS (SSL) in applications and services?     If you are interested in this topic and ...
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Freedom of Speech: Rethinking the Role of Encryption

Classically, the encryption of data solves two simple problems:
  1. how to store data securely when it's at rest,
  2. how to communicate it securely when it's in motion.
On ...