2022 Internet2 Technology Exchange

5 December 2022 – 9 December 2022

Location: Denver, CO
Category: Community Events, Industry Meetings
Event Website: https://internet2.edu/2022-technology-exchange/

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The Internet2 Technology Exchange is the premier technical event in the global research and education community. It convenes technologists, scientists, engineers, architects, analysts, students, and anyone passionate about technology, innovation, and big challenging tasks for debate and discussion that enables timely conversations critical to ensuring that the community of technology leaders committed to supporting research and collaboration is aligned and moving forward together.

Internet2 hosts the 2022 Technology Exchange, back to convening in-person, at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel 5-9 December 2022. The ARIN Help Desk will be on-site throughout the day.

Protecting Your Resources with RPKI
Presented by John Curran, President and CEO, ARIN

The Internet runs on the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). When BGP was released, it was designed to be easy, but it was not very secure. The Internet Routing Registry (IRR) ecosystem allows resource holders to tell other operators where to go and find the correct destination. Over time BGP and the IRR have been updated by adding features to enhance routing security, but human error and malicious activity can still impact your resources and your business. The Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) offers another level of protection that allows you to make a cryptographic certifiable statement that confirms you are the rightful source for the resources allocated to you. Come find out how RPKI is the best way to keep your data flowing and your business safe from accidental or intentional actions of others. Find out how to get started using ARIN’s RPKI services and strengthen your routing security. Also hear more about the recent changes to the ARIN LRSA/RSA process that streamlines covering your legacy resources under an LRSA/RSA.

ARIN Help Desk
Get Personalized Assistance from ARIN staff, including Senior Technology Architect Jon Worley

Did you know ARIN has an IPv4 Waiting List and a reserved block of IPv4 to facilitate IPv6 deployment that you can utilize for your IPv4 needs instead of turning to the market just yet? Do you need help updating your Whois data? Or deploying IPv6 or RPKI? No matter what it is you need help with, we’re here for you. The ARIN Help Desk is your one-stop source for information from ARIN. We’ll answer all your questions and can aid with any resource requests you’re currently working on with us as well as any you’ll be submitting in the near future.