LACNIC 2104/05/2014 -09/05/2014
"Building the Future of the Internet: Security, Transparency and Participation"
The LACNIC 21 event will bring together the Latin American and Caribbean Internet community, providing a space for exchanging experiences and analyzing the issues that hold the key to the Internet's future in the region.
LACNIC meetings are typically attended by more than 400 experienced professionals from leading organizations, as well as government, academia and civil society representatives.
Among other topics, the LACNIC 21 program will include current computer security challenges, how to strengthen the participation of all stakeholders in Internet Governance when faced with proposals to increase government control, and the new IPv4 to IPv6 transition scenario now that IPv4 exhaustion is imminent and anticipated to occur in the early months of 2014.