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AARC research communities share experiences at FIM4R

Research communities participating in AARC (Authentication and Authorisation for Research and Collaboration) project pilots presented their work to the FIM4R (Federated Identity Management for Research) community at a workshop on 11 February. FIM4R and AARC have a close relationship, with… Continue Reading →

Registration open for Public Affairs workshop

A limited number of places is available for participation in a workshop about Public Affairs as part of the NREN strategic toolkit. The event will be hosted by DFN in Berlin on 8-9 April and is being organised by the… Continue Reading →

Winter wonderland for TF-CSIRT 56

TF-CSIRT hosted its 56th meeting and its traditional joint January meeting with the FIRST Regional Symposium, in Tallinn, Estonia. Despite the snow, we welcomed more than 260 participants to talk all things incident response. The full programme and presentations from… Continue Reading →

The Internet of Humans: Open Calls launched for NGI grants

The Next Generation Internet initiative is designed to create an internet of humans, that responds to our fundamental needs, including trust, security and inclusion. GÉANT is a project partner in the recently announced NGI_Trust grants and encourages applications to the… Continue Reading →

Success and crisis: preparation is key for the marketing communications community group

How can success be measured in marketing communications? And when disaster strikes, how can communications contribute to a successful recovery? The GÉANT Special Interest Group on Marketing Communications (SIG-Marcomms) explored these topics, GDPR around events, webinars and more during a… Continue Reading →

AARC launches Policy Development Kit for research infrastructures

Policy templates, guidelines, context videos and a glossary are available in a new ‘Policy Development Kit’ (PDK) that has been launched by the AARC project. The kit provides new or evolving research infrastructures with guidance on developing a complete policy… Continue Reading →

Cable damage? How an international backup saved a national network

Why are cross-border fibres important? Investing in international connectivity can give NRENs the possibility to quickly set up a backup solution in case of necessity. This is what happened in Italy on 9 January, when a large number of cables… Continue Reading →

Register for FIM4R: trust & identity updates for research communities by AARC, REFEDS, WISE and more

Registration is open for the Federated Identity Management for Research Collaborations (FIM4R) workshop that will be held on 11 February 2019. Research communities that have been participating in the AARC (Authentication and Authorisation for Research and Collaboration) project will present… Continue Reading →

GRENA cybersecurity team takes first place in CYBER-EXE Georgia 2018

Security experts from GRENA, the Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association, won first place in this year’s CYBER-EXE Georgia 2018. This was the 5th time this event has been held, aiming to prepare IT professionals from public and private sectors… Continue Reading →

Webinar on AARC & REFEDS assurance suite – 13 Dec 2-3pm CET

On 13 December at 14:00-15:00 CET, a live webinar will explain the new REFEDS Assurance Framework, which was developed in cooperation with the AARC project. This webinar is aimed at identity federation operators and their members. Connection via: https://geant.zoom.us/j/941952772 The… Continue Reading →

Assurance – A truly collaborative work

REFEDS and the AARC project worked together to produce the REFEDS Assurance Framework (RAF), approved in October 2018, and AARC guidelines on assurances. There has been a lot of discussion about assurance in the research and education space over the… Continue Reading →

GRENA launches cyber exercises portal www.cyber-lab.tech

Nowadays, information and cyber security have become essential for the stable operations and development of countries’ e-infrastructures. Taking this into consideration, GRENA, the Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association in cooperation with CERT.GOV.GE – the Georgian Governmental Computer Emergency Response… Continue Reading →

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