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2020 ISIF Asia Grant recipients announced


ISIF Asia has awarded USD 120,000 to four organizations to support network operations research and development for the benefit of the region. 2020 Internet Operations Research Grant Recipients Four grants of USD 30,000 each were allocated to four research and development projects focused on the availability, reliability, and security of the Internet, with a particular … Continue reading 2020 ISIF Asia Grant recipients announced

Report Available! Honeynet Threat Sharing Platform


This project, led by Charles Lim from the Swiss German University in Indonesia, in collaboration with Indonesia Honeynet Project and Badan Siber dan Sandi Negara. With the continuous rise of cyber security threats, monitoring security potential threats and attacks become essential to plan for cyber defense. Honeypot, a decoy system designed to lure attackers, has … Continue reading Report Available! Honeynet Threat Sharing Platform

Report available! Connecting the Unserved – Bhutan’s First Trial with TV White Spaces


This project, led by Tshering Norbu from NANO, conducted Bhutan’s first trial with emerging TV White Space (TVWS) technology to deliver broadband Internet access to the unserved areas and determine its appropriateness or not in Bhutan where the terrains are mountainous, thickly forested and rugged, and where building wired network infrastructures is technically and commercially challenging. … Continue reading Report available! Connecting the Unserved – Bhutan’s First Trial with TV White Spaces

Report available! Establishment of a Carrier Neutral Software-Defined IXP


The project led by Zartash Afzal Uzmi, from the SBA School of Science and Engineering at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) finalized their project and submitted their technical report. Internet exchange points (IXP) are a critical piece of the Internet infrastructure that enable ISP networks to exchange traffic with each other. The Internet has … Continue reading Report available! Establishment of a Carrier Neutral Software-Defined IXP

Report available! A novel graph analytics theory model to mitigate IoT botnets attacks for big data


The project led by Raihana Syahirah Abdullah, from the Faculty of Information Technology and Communication at the Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) finalized their project and submitted their technical report. The research focused on getting the parameter from raw infection codes using a reverse engineering approach as well as addressing the behaviours of IoT botnets. … Continue reading Report available! A novel graph analytics theory model to mitigate IoT botnets attacks for big data

Report available! NextGen Girls – Internet Security Ambassadors Project


The NextGen Girls initiative included creating an IoT and Security Curriculum including Internet governance, Privacy, IPV6, IoT, Networking, Information Security and open web technologies and training 40 female University students to become Internet Security Educators. They in turn, trained 160 of their peers, and make awareness to 800 high school girls in IoT safety. The … Continue reading Report available! NextGen Girls – Internet Security Ambassadors Project

Report available! A peering strategy for the Pacific Islands


Many telecommunications networks in the Pacific interconnect not directly but via international carriers in the United States or Australia. This has a profound impact on both the cost and the performance of regional traffic. While web traffic is slowed, real-time collaborations are rendered unusable, creating barriers for inter-island collaboration. Governments, competitive carriers, Internet societies, and … Continue reading Report available! A peering strategy for the Pacific Islands

Report available! RPKI Monitor and Visualizer for Detecting and Alerting for RPKI Errors


Dr. Di Ma from the Internet DNS Beijing Engineering Research Center (ZDNS) has completed the report for one of the grants that was allocated in 2018 for implementation in 2019, titled “RPKI Monitor and Visualizer for Detecting and Alerting for RPKI Errors”. This project implements an RPKI security mechanism that detects and counters adverse actions … Continue reading Report available! RPKI Monitor and Visualizer for Detecting and Alerting for RPKI Errors

Report available! Scalable Traffic Classification in Internet of Things (IoT) for Network Anomaly Detection


Prof. Winston Seah from the School of Engineering and Computer Science at the Victoria University of Wellington has completed the report for one of the grants that was allocated in 2017 for implementation in 2018, titled “Scalable Traffic Classification in Internet of Things (IoT) for Network Anomaly Detection”. The project focused on accurate traffic classification … Continue reading Report available! Scalable Traffic Classification in Internet of Things (IoT) for Network Anomaly Detection

Report available! Software Defined Networks based Security Architecture for IoT Infrastructures


Prof. Vijay Varadharajan from the Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment at The University of Newcastle has completed the report for one of the grants that was allocated for implementation in 2018, titled “Software Defined Networks based Security Architecture for IoT Infrastructures”. The project developed fine granular security policies and a lightweight security protocol to … Continue reading Report available! Software Defined Networks based Security Architecture for IoT Infrastructures