Two Day 0 events are being planned at Kolkata on 14 November 2019:  the second India Youth IGF (YIGF 2019) and the GFCE Asia Internet Infrastructure Initiative (GFCE Triple-I) Workshop (see below for more details).


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Triple I Capacity Building Day | The Internet Infrastructure Security Day

Creating a more Trusted Internet experience, together

Following a workshop in 2018 in New Delhi, GFCE Triple-I will be back with its capacity building workshop in India, this time in Kolkata. On Thursday 14 November 2019, preceding inSIG2019, the Delhi, Trivandrum, Kolkata and Mumbai Chapters of Internet Society will host The Internet Infrastructure Security Day.

This will be a workshop in which participants from different stakeholder groups together:

  • learn more about Open Internet Standards such as DNSSEC, TLS, DMARC, DKIM, SPF, DANE and IPv6, in support of more trusted communications;
  • be inspired by Good Practice experience that helped improve reliability of the Internet and collaborative security. Good practice examples will be presented from the region, and from elsewhere that may be of interest in the region;
  • with a collaborative foundation, work to develop and commit to specific actions that will help improve the region’s Internet economy. For this we will work according the Open Space methodology which means that the participants set the agenda, together.

Participants are sought across regional Internet stakeholder groups, including government, business and technical community. Collaborative security is how we build trust in the Internet’s infrastructure. You are called to join this workshop in order to improve the trusted Internet experience in the region. You may want to stimulate people you would need to work with as well to register for this workshop. Participation is upon confirmed registration, only, and limited in numbers.

This workshop is initiated by the Global Forum for Cyber Expertise (http://www.thegfce.com), and is supported by APNIC (https://www.apnic.net/), Internet Society (http://www.informationsociety.org), and the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate.

The day starts with registration from 08:30 onwards for a 09:00 start, and will last until 17:00. Lunch will be provided. A link for registration and a more detailed agenda and speakers’ list will be presented closer towards the date. For more information about previous events, please see https://www.thegfce.com/initiatives/i/internet-infrastructure-initiative.