Seeking to design a new generation of measurement infrastructure for the Internet
We organize this project into four tasks.
The lead organization for the 3-year Design Phase of this project is the Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) at UC San Diego.
kc claffy, the founder and director of CAIDA, and David Clark (MIT/CSAIL) are principal investigators of this project.
Our team includes two community-focused organizations with a 20-year history of collecting and sharing the most security-relevant data about the global routing system: NSRC/UO (Route Views) and RIPE (the EU’s IP address registry, which operates the Routing Information Service).
Our critical assets also include partners with commercial network engineering expertise, data science techniques, and technology to manage data integrity, availability, and privacy. To reach the implementation phase, this project will require a rich structure of working groups and shared intellectual property to enable sustainable and secure infrastructure operations and use.
Support for the Designing a Global Measurement Infrastructure to Improve Internet Security project is provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF) grant OAC-2131987 Designing a Global Measurement Infrastructure to Improve Internet Security. The views and conclusions contained herein are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as necessarily representing the official policies or endorsements, either expressed or implied, of NSF.