Internet Stability and Security
Janus – Framework para Gestão de Identidades e Acesso Descentralizado em Arquiteturas Zero Trust Network Access para a Internet das Coisas
With the aim of providing a new approach to identity management, which gives device owners greater control over their assets and strengthens a zero-trust network, Instituto Atlântico proposes Janus, a project that consists of developing a framework that allows issuing and managing Blockchain decentralized identities (DIDs) for devices and users of Internet of Things [IoT] solutions in a universal and interoperable way on Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) architectures and easy to integrate with different IoT device management platforms such as AWS IoT Core, IBM Watson IoT, Fiware and others. Initially in this project, they will be integrated with the Brazilian open source platform for IoT solutions; the Dojot.
Seguridad en el enrutamiento utilizando tecnología Blockchain
The general objective of the project is to analyze the properties of blockchain and its specific application in the assignment and delegation of resources of the Internet infrastructure, as well as in the security of external BGP routing against Route Hijacking or similar attacks.
Optimización de redes mediante un mejor iBGP
The project seeks to achieve a systematic approach to internal BGP (iBGP) mesh design within an Autonomous System (AS).
A good design of iBGP in an autonomous system is essential to take optimal advantage of the available paths to the rest of the Internet. This use results for the operators in an optimization of their costs, as well as in an improvement of the quality of service perceived by their users.
Peru IX – Cusco y Chiclayo, descentralizando el Internet de Perú
The project seeks to decentralize the Internet in Peru, creating Neutral Interconnection Points in the cities of Cusco and Chiclayo, with which local and regional operators will be able to peer directly with each other, and with content providers ( CDNs). The project consists of the development of the local infrastructure in both cities, as well as local personnel who provide support and spread knowledge in the local operators so that they begin to use BGP, obtain their own ASN and IP prefixes in LACNIC.
Conectividad y Acceso a Internet
Low cost mobile broadband access networks for rural environments in farms and villages in the state of Mato Grosso
The project considers the implementation of a mobile broadband network, with 4G LTE technology using free software, filling the accessibility gap in terms of the cost of accessing the connection. The main participants in this project are ISPs that already have a fiber optic backbone or high-speed radio communication to serve small villages, farms and remote areas with up to 1,000 (one thousand) users.
Fomento al desarrollo de pequeños productores en zonas rurales de Mendoza, Argentina, a partir del Acceso a Internet posibilitado por el uso de energía solar
The main objective of the project is to use the advantages of the Internet to promote and enhance the development of productive activities carried out, mainly, by women and/or members of native peoples in rural areas with high vulnerability and limited or no access to electricity. in the Province of Mendoza, Argentina.
Internet Abierta y Libre
Derecho a apelar: herramientas y conocimientos para la autodefensa de derechos humanos en el ámbito digital
The project seeks to develop a tool to guide and accompany the processes of appeal against censorship or removal of content by the large online platforms. This tool will provide step-by-step information for making the appeal on the main platforms, but fundamentally accompanying the steps with contextual information and strategic suggestions to increase the chances of success of the claims.
Generaciones futuras. Programa para la inclusión y el talento digital intercultura
The project “Generaciones futuras. Programa para la inclusión y el talento digital intercultural” seeks the design, discussion and implementation of a digital literacy curriculum for young people from 13 to 20 years of age with an intercultural and gender approach.