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Deploy360 11 July 2014

Video: BGP Blackholing Project (RIPE 68)

How can network operators cooperate to prevent abuse? How do we educate network operators to ensure they’re connecting their network in a secure way to the Internet? In this lightning talk from Lukasz Bromirski from Cisco, learn how operators in Poland are cooperating to prevent network abuse. Lukasz’s talk, entitled “BGP Blackholing Project” is now available for viewing from the RIPE 68 site, and the slides are available for download.

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After watching, check out our page on BGPSEC to learn more about securing BGP.

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