Welcome to iWeek 2019 & SAFNOG-5
YEM ONLINE EDUCATION
iWeek 2019 Remote Hub
YEM Online Media will be running a remote hub at Jabavu Center in Soweto, and will be hosting 30 people attending the iWeek 2019 Remote Hub.
This outreach is intended to help under-privileged communities to participate in the ICT sector, and gain insight into the game players of the ICT industry.
The Hub will be coordinated by Sthembiso Xhakaza as the Project manager of YEM Online Media, and YEM Online Radio station will be broadcasting Live from the venue.
The Remote Hub will run discussions according to the iWeek programme and will facilitate dialogue about iWeek 2019 topics. The Remote Hub will also host speakers from different organisations within the ICT sector who will be sharing knowledge with the participants of the Remote Hub.
Industry update on SLR
ZA Namespace Compliance
Regulatory Issues & Domain Name Abuse
ZACR’s Strategic Direction
Update on the ICT White Paper and its impact on the RRR Domain Name Management Model in SA
An Overview of Domain Name Growth within the .ZA SLD Name Space over the past 5 Years, including Trends
New Service Offering – Registry Lock implementation
- Making the most of your SETA registration
- Running successful internship programs
- Panel discussion: A collaborative ICT industry approach to skills shortages
- Running an effective abuse reporting system
- Law enforcement agencies and information requests
- ISPA mediation, complaints and take-downs
- Discussion: Adjudication/Appeal fines debate
- Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS)
- Case study: VoIP honeypot project
Join NAPAfrica & Teraco at Beers for Peers, for a community-driven, social networking event where the stage is set for the exchange of ideas and knowledge amongst peers, in an industry driven by the speed of digital transformation and powered by the Internet and human innovation.
Venue: The Roof
- What do the ISP market trends over the last decade tell us about the next decade?
- Wholesale mobile - hope on the horizon?
- Fibre - the anatomy of the SA market
- Transit vs. peering - a changing access model
- Panel debate: Enforcing open access models
- Putting security incident reports to use in improving your network
- DNSSEC implementation stats/DNSSEC as a business opportunity
- Practical RPKI