Upcoming events

October 1, 2018
655 Burrard Street, V6C 2R7, Vancouver, Canada

NANOG74 in Vancouver at the BGP Route Security track Qrator Labs' Chief Architect - Alexander Asimov, is going to deliver the "State of BGP Security" speech.

With Krassimir Tzvetanov from Fastly, Andree Toonk from Cisco, David Wishnick from CTIC, Job Snijders from NTT and Chris Morrow from Google this track promises to be the most high-profile discussion of security issues within the Border Gateway Protocol.
Qrator Labs takes an active part in the further development and upgrade to the de facto universal internet protocol we are all relying upon. This year NANOG is probably one of the best occasions to talk about all the issues and possible troubleshooting for the years 2018-2019.
The buzz starts at 10 a.m. Vancouver (PDT/GMT -7), live stream available at http://nanog.kaskadian.com/.
September 4, 2018
National Convention Center, Building 1, No 8 Precincts, 奥运村朝阳区 China, 100105

In 2018 Qrator Labs is finally at the Internet Security Conference 2018 in Beijing.

Our technical chief, Artyom Gavrichenkov, presented today's keynote on "DDoS beasts and how to fight them" for the biggest audience we have ever seen: more than 30000 people.
China is growing immensely, and the security challenges are at all times high. The amount of information is exceeding human capabilities, along with the specifics actual only for this particular part of the world.
Conclusion: this is probably one of the best experiences we have ever had.
September 4, 2018
JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta

The business season starts when all the kids are at schools. Not for Qrator Labs, where it simply never ends!

As a proof, let's take a look at our well suited founder and VP Alexander Lyamin, making best effort in bringing Qrator to Indonesia' Cybersecurity Summit, taking place 4-5 September in Jakartha.
July 26, 2018
EICC, The Exchange, Edinburgh, EH3 8EE, Scotland

July 26, Qrator Labs engineer Konstantin Ignatov is presenting his talk on python library for succinct data structures at EuroPython 2018 in Edinburgh, Scotland.

For those of you who are experimenting with data structures, this topic might be especially interesting, as succinct data structures can represent an object (such as a bitvector or a tree) in space close to the information-theoretic lower bound of the object while supporting operations of the original object efficiently. The theoretical time complexity of an operation performed on the classical data structure and the equivalent succinct data structure are (most of the time) identical.
In the nearest days we would cover this topic with a dedicated article. Stay tuned!
July 14, 2018
Montreal, QC, Canada

During the 20-minute talk at the SIDR working group Alexander is intended to talk, describe and elaborate on how this particular imporovement is going to change the world of routing incidents.

Today, on July 16, Monday, 2018 at Internet Engineering Task Force - IETF 102 meeting in Montreal, Canada, 13.30 local time, Qrator Labs Chief Network Architect Alexander Asimov is going to present his new draft for the "AS_Path verification using the Resource Certificate Public Key Infrastructure and Autonomous System Provider Authorization" within the SIDR operations engineering task force working group.
https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-azimov-sidrops-aspa-verification/
https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-azimov-sidrops-aspa-profile/
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