[apologies for cross posting]
Hope you are all doing well. Just to share that I am hosting a one-on-one
session with Dr Di Ma (ZDNS) tomorrow 7th May and will be discussing some
interesting points around RPKI - Relying Party Software aka Validator.
If you are interested in the topic then you are most welcome to join the
session. Here are the details.
*Time and Date*: 4pm AEST, Thursday 7th May 2020
[11:00am Karachi, 11:30am Mumbai, 12:00pm Dhaka, 1:00pm Bangkok, 2:00pm
*Time Duration: 45mins* (+15min max Q/A if any from audience)
*Topic*: Understanding Relying Party Software aka Validators (What, Why and
*Topic Pointers*: Understanding Relying Party Software - RPKI Validator
- What actually is Relying Party Software? What are the building blocks in
- How does it actually work? fetch data from TALs and give to router via
- We create ROA but what is the purpose of all other files "CER",
- What is RPKIVIZ? How does it help understand RPKI and its underline
Dr. Di Ma is now the Principal Research Fellow of ZDNS. At ZDNS, he has
been leading research activities regarding web PKI, DNSSEC and the RPKI.
Before joining in ZDNS, he served CNNIC, as a network scientist. Dr. Ma
has been active in the RPKI and routing security for years. He is one of
the co-authors of RFC 8211 (Adverse Actions by a CA or Repository Manager
in the RPKI) and RFC 8416 (Simplified Local Internet Number Resource
Management with the RPKI). He is also the administrator of the open source
project RPSTIR the RPKI relying party software. And he is the co-founder of
RPKI/routing security SIG of APNIC and now acting co-chair of this SIG.
Aftab A. Siddiqui