Monday, 8 May 14:00 - 15:30

Opening Plenary

Welcome to RIPE 74
  • Hans Petter Holen, RIPE Chair
  • Janos Zsako, ISZT, BIX, Local Host
  • Benno Overeinder, RIPE Programme Committee Chair
2017 DNSSEC KSK Rollover
Edward Lewis, ICANN
The Effect of DNS on Tor's Anonymity
Laura Roberts, Princeton University

Monday, 8 May 16:00 - 17:30


Your Sixty Seconds Starts Now!
Brian Nisbet, HEAnet
How We Create SDN Platform of the Future
Alex Saroyan
Lightning Talks
  • Periodic Behavior in Traceroute Sequences
    Mattia Iodice, Roma Tre University
  • Monitoring Your BGP Routing at a Glance
    Luca Marzialetti, Roma 3 University
  • Anti-Shutdown Policies - The Rationale
    Andrew Alston, Liquid Telecommunications


Tuesday, 9 May 09:00 - 10:30


Accountability Task Force Update
Filiz Yilmaz, Accountability TF Chair/Akamai Technologies
IPv4 Transfers 5 Years after Runout
Elvis Daniel Velea, V4Escrow LLC
Measuring Adoption of RPKI Route Validation and Filtering
Andreas Reuter, Freie Universität Berlin

Tuesday, 9 May 11:00 - 12:30


AS201701 - Freifunk Rheinland e.V.
Philip Berndroth & Maximilian Wilhelm
An Introduction to Internet of Stupid Things
Geoff Huston, APNIC
Lightning Talks
  • RFC7999 BLACKHOLE BGP Community for Blackholing
    Thomas King, DE-CIX
  • The IANA Numbering Services Review - an update
    Nurani Nimpuno, Asteroid
  • Simplify Sponsoring, Speed up Communities
    Theo Voss, Community-IX

Tuesday, 9 May 14:00 - 15:30


Are We There Yet? On RPKI’s Deployment and Security
Yossi Gilad, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Caught between Security and Time Pressure? ㄧ An Empirical Investigation of Operator's Perspective on Security Misconfigurations
Constanze Dietrich, Technical University Berlin
Why IPv6 Security Is So Hard: Structural Deficits of IPv6 & Their Implications
Enno Rey, ERNW GmbH

Tuesday, 9 May 16:00 - 17:30


Addressing IPv6: A CDN Perspective
Joao Taveira Araujo, Fastly
That's Why Rabobank Implemented IPv6
Friso Feenstra
Quantum Internet
Stephanie Wehner, QuTech, Delft University of Technology


Friday, 12 May 09:30 - 10:30


Diversity in the RIPE Community
Following Shane Kerr's presentation on gender metrics at RIPE 73 (and related mailing list discussion), a group comprised of PC members and WG Chairs formed to examine diversity at RIPE Meetings.

In this session, the group will report back on their work and explain how their thoughts have evolved in the six months since RIPE 73. More importantly, they will be interested in gathering your feedback - what do you think about this issue? How can we ensure that a wide and diverse pool of people are participating within RIPE?


Friday, 12 May 11:00 - 12:30

Closing Plenary

BGP Flow Specification Interoperability
Christoph Loibl, next layer GmbH
Lightning Talks
  • ICANN ASO AC Report
    Filiz Yilmaz, ASO AC Chair/Akamai Technologies
  • Yet Another Denial of Service Vulnerability
    Evgeny Uskov, Qrator Labs
  • Challenges in Digital Archaeology
    Paul Thornton, PRT Systems Ltd
RIPE NCC Technical Report
Razvan C. Oprea, RIPE NCC
Closing Remarks
Hans Petter Holen, RIPE Chair