Now that the LACNIC meeting has ended, those of us who participated feel that it was a complete success. But, why do we say this? What objective indicators can we show? To understand our feelings of success, let's review the main results and highlights of LACNIC XVI / LACNOG 2011.
Florencio Utreras, the Chilean scientist, received the 2011 Outstanding Achievement Award for his constant contribution to the development of the Information Society in Latin America and the Caribbean and his tireless work in benefit of the Internet community.
The first study on cybercrime in Latin America and the Caribbean recommends implementing immediate actions to curb malicious activities over the Internet. According to the conclusions of the first Overview of Cybercrime in Latin America, a study pre...
In order to fill the vacancies that will be created on 31 December, LACNIC is currently in the process of renewing two positions on its Board of Directors. Each new director will serve a three-year term.
The Regional Fund for Digital Innovation in Latin America and the Caribbean (FRIDA) presented awards to five outstanding initiatives that have contributed to the use of the Internet as a catalyst for change in Latin America and the Caribbean.