Projects Code 4.2.1
- Jorge Gonzales
- Raisa Urribarri
- José Arce
- Rudolph Daniel
- Laura Margolis
- Israel Rosas
- Gabriela Gijon
- Raisa Urribarrí
- José Ace
- Fabiano Barreto
- Erik Iriarte
- Rogerio Mariano
- Monica Romero
- Margarita Valdes
- Carlos Leal Saballos
- Andrea Romaoli Garcia
Key area of interest:
This project falls under the area of Economic Issues of the LAC Strategic Plan.
The LAC+i Roadshow is designed to raise awareness across the LAC region on key topics related to the DNS critical infrastructure such as the transition to IPv6, SSR (Security, Stability and Resiliency) and the impact of the new gTLD program.
To ensure a well distributed set of events there will be four editions of the LAC+i Roadshow per year: The Caribbean; Andean Region, Mexico and Central America and South America.
The primary objective of the LAC+i Roadshow is to raise awareness across the LAC region on key topics related to the DNS critical infrastructure such as the transition to IPv6, SSR (Security, Stability and Resiliency) and the impact of the new gTLD program.
Trinidad and Tobago, 25th April 2014
US Government NTIA Announcement and the work of ICANN
Albert Daniels, ICANN
The CTU Internet Governance Forum and Caribbean Coordination
Selby Wilson, Nigel Cassimire, CTU
Become an ICANN Registrar – a unique business opportunity; The Impact of the new gTLD program
Albert Daniels, ICANN
The role of Network Information Centers in the Multistakeholder Model
Jacqueline Morris, Dr. Patrick Hosein, TTNIC
Securing the Stability of the Internet – A Global Challenge, a Collective Responsibility
Bevil Wooding, CaribNOG
Panel Discussion: Participating in the multistakeholder framework at ICANN meetings: Jacqueline Morris-TTNIC, Dev Anand Teelucksingh-ALAC, Karel Douglas-Singapore Fellow
Albert Daniels – Moderator
SSR of the DNS
Internet Security in the Caribbean - Update
Deon Olton, Caribbean Cybersecurity Center
DNS SSR in a ccTLD
Dr. Patrick Hosein, TTNIC (.TT ccTLD)
IPv4 to IPv6 Transition
Alejandro Acosta, LACNIC
Security Implications of IPv6, THINK, CLICK, SURF (high interest local topic)
Deon Olton, Caribbean Cybersecurity
Publicity and Promotion
The event was publicized by local and regional media. There were several items of coverage by the Trinidad Guardian in their electronic media, and regional coverage by ICT Pulse which serves the Caribbean region out of Jamaica. Additionally ICANN Caribbean Manager, Albert Daniels was interviewed about the event on the number one TV station in Trinidad and Tobago, TV6, by a very popular host. There was also coverage of the event in social media.
There were approximately 30 high quality attendees from the stakeholder groups of Business, Government, Technical Community, Academic Community, Civil Society and end users. The groundwork for the establishment of a national multistakeholder dialogue has been firmly set with some participants agreeing to personally move the process forward, and this has been supported by the Minister of Science and Technology who announced afterwards that his Cabinet has agreed on formalizing the internal policy model to address the public policy aspects of the Internet and this will be pursued through an open dialogue process with stakeholders.
BCG Report Roundtable “Greasing the Wheels of the Internet Economy”
|Present results of BCG report on e-friction. Encourage multistakeholder dialogue.|
Internet Developments, ISPs, and the intersection of Technology and Policy
ICANN Generic Names Supporting Organization’s Internet Service Providers and Connectivity Providers (ISPCP) Constituency Outreach Session Present on relevant ITS/Connectivity industry topics regarding ICANN, Internet governance, and technical standards.
Part 1: Challenges in Security Stability and Resiliency of the DNS, Hosting and the DNS, The new gTLD Program
Part 2: IPv4 Depletion and IPv6 Transition
October 13th - LAC-i Roadshow. ABRANET pre-event
The pre-event received several representatives from ISP’s all over Brazil. The Roadshow started with a presentation in the middle of the pre-event, right after sessions about Internet interconnection, IPTV and IXP’s. The panel was formed by Joao Caribe (ICANN fellow), Daniel Oppermann (.LTDA) and Daniel Fink.
Joao Caribe detailed the opportunities for participation, from fellowships to ISPCP constituency and provided a good background on the MS approach. Daniel Oppermann brought a historical perspective of the domain name market and structures, processes for the new gTLDs and how ISP’s could benefit from the .LTDA registrations.
October 14th – BCG study in Sao Paulo University and LAC-i Roadshow 2nd session
The second session of LAC-i Roadshow about IPv6 and SSR. Antonio Moreiras from NIC.br conducted the main presentation. A discussion part with Dr. Walter Capanema, Professor from Rio de Janeiro Law School and expert in cybersecurity, who also answered questions related to Marco Civil for the audience.
October 15th – BCG study in Futurecom
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) presented the study "Greasing the wheels of the Internet Economy"
Bienvenida – Apertura
Luis Felipe Guzmán Director Ejecutivo ATT
Rodrigo de la Parra - ICANN
Fundamentos del DNS
Carlos Álvarez – ICANN
Despliegue de IPv6 en Bolivia
Marcos Peredo – COMTECO
Experiencia de DNSSEC en Bolivia
José Machicado- ADSIB
Nuevo Programa de gTLDs
Rodrigo Saucedo – ICANN
Delitos Informáticos en Bolivia
Cap. Mauricio Méndez FELCC
Abuso en el DNS: ISPs y otros actores
Carlos Álvarez – ICANN
Carlos Sanabria– ATT
Gobierno Electrónico en Bolivia
Ricardo Zarate – Dirección de Gobierno Electrónico
Gobernanza de Internet y entrega
reporte boliviano sobre vigilancia
masiva de las comunicaciones
Eduardo Rojas – Fundación Redes
Panel de Gobernanza de Internet
Guadalajara, Mexico 1st April 2014
Santa Cruz, Bolivia 22 de Noviembre de 2018