Internet Infrastructure and Governance
Two and a half billion people are connected to the Internet. Every two days, we create and upload as much information as all of humanity recorded from the dawn of history to 2003. Every single aspect of human life – from shopping to voting, socializing to political organizing – is being affected by the Internet. The Internet is quite literally changing how we live.
This extraordinary upheaval creates challenges as well as opportunities:
How is the Internet changing the roles of citizens and the state, and tipping existing power balances between states?
How can we meet the varied and often poorly understood technical challenges of building and developing the Internet, especially in countries with weaker infrastructure?
How will we make sure the world’s languages and cultures can cultivate an Internet they recognize as their own, while ensuring the global interoperability at the core of the Internet’s strength?
And how can we build in robust and efficient measures to keep the technical infrastructure we all rely on secure?
Rosillo.Net works with a range of public and private sector organizations grappling with these key questions of Internet infrastructure and governance. Our experienced consultants and associates combine deep technical expertise and policy experience to help you deal effectively with the technological, political, economic and social issues of the Internet.
Taking each case as a unique challenge, we provide carefully targeted policy analysis, technical support on:
Internet Governance and Policy
Emerging Internet Architecture
Internationalization of the Internet
We also provide training and knowledge transfer across these areas and can provide tailored in-house support upon request. If you are interested in learning more, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss in more detail.