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Chapter member Ben shares his perspective on the benefits of the ISOC Fundamentals training program to his local community

A member of the UK Chapter attended the ISOC Fundamentals training program on encryption. Here, he shares his experience and perspective on benefits of the ISOC fundamentals training program to the local community:

During April, I attended the Internet Society’s programme of ISOC Fundamentals webinars. Each touched on a different ongoing ISOC project, from establishing international traffic routing norms to educating users on the value of strong encryption. Inspired by this latter project, I set about organising a series of events for my local community.… Read more ...

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Webinar: Rebuilding and Enhancing Trust in Algorithms Policy

Webinar: Rebuilding and Enhancing Trust in Algorithms Policy

When: Jun 3, 2021 16:00 London

ISOC UK England invite you to a Webinar focussing on the presentation of the policy implications and recommendations based on the outcomes of the EPSRC funded ReEnTrust project. ReEnTrust was a collaboration of the Human Centred Computing Group at the University of Oxford, the Artificial Intelligence and its Applications Institute (AIAI) at the University of Edinburgh, and the HORIZON Digital Economy Research at the University of Nottingham ReEnTrust: Rebuilding Trust in Online Algorithmic Systems.… Read more ...

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Secure Global Routing Packet Spoofing and Mitigation Testbed

Dr. Peter Maynard’s project for the Internet Society “Secure Global Routing (MANRS)” Training Course has stood out in generating further potential for study. The code that he has developed is a mininet based testbed which can implement ICMP spoofing and mitigation methods.

In forthcoming months, the Chapter is likely to hold a Webinar explaining this testbed but in the meantime, you can read Dr. Maynard’s paper by downloading it below, and download the code and implement it, by going to its GitHub Repository.… Read more ...

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Hands-on descriptions of implementing IPv6, DNSSEC, HTTPS and other goodies on your Web server

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Reproduced with permission, from the original joint Blog posting by Dan Mygind and Karima Saimi on: https://writeit.dk/?p=823 as part of their deliverables for the course “Open Standards Everywhere”. The other deliverable is for the Internet Society UK Chapter Web site to benefit from a increasing in security score as shown below. This has been undertaken

The Internet Society has since 1992 worked to “promote the open development, evolution and use of the Internet for the benefit of all people throughout the world”, as it says in it’s mission.… Read more ...

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A brief history of Community Broadband Networking in the UK

On 15th June 2020, Andrew Stirling submitted a Blog Post as part of the finalisation for the Internet Society Training Course on Community Networks, in addition to the Webinar that he presented on 16th April 2020, entitled: Connecting Rural Communities – enhancing broadband, skills & applications

Please download the Blog Post here:

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Open Standards Everywhere for Enhancing Availability and Security

Blog post prepared on 7th June 2020 by Ammar HADI, a participant in the Internet Society Training Course “Open Standards Everywhere“. Ammar is Iraqi and based in Iraq, but has studied in the UK and therefore submitted his application to join the course through the UK Chapter. He is one of three people from the Chapter (exceptionally) to have followed this course and he will be able to apply its teachings in his home country, where he now resides.… Read more ...