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Raje is an experienced Network Security trainer, panelist, and speaker, who holds a Master of Computer Science Degree, as well as multiple IT, Network security, and Privacy certifications, such as DSCI DCPLA, CSSP, CCNSP.<ref name="linkedin"></ref>
 
Raje is an experienced Network Security trainer, panelist, and speaker, who holds a Master of Computer Science Degree, as well as multiple IT, Network security, and Privacy certifications, such as DSCI DCPLA, CSSP, CCNSP.<ref name="linkedin"></ref>
  
[[ICANN 55]] in Marrakech, Morocco was Raje's first [[ICANN Meetings|ICANN Meeting]], at which he was an [[ICANN Fellow]]. He is Chair Kolkata Chapter of [[ISOC]].<ref name="intake"></ref> He was also selected for and completed [[Internet Society]]'s Next Generation Leaders program.<ref name="linkedin"></ref>
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[[ICANN 55]] in Marrakech, Morocco was Raje's first [[ICANN Meetings|ICANN Meeting]] at which he was an [[ICANN Fellow]]. He is Chair Kolkata Chapter of [[ISOC]].<ref name="intake"></ref> He was also selected for and completed [[Internet Society]]'s Next Generation Leaders program.<ref name="linkedin"></ref>
  
 
==Major Works & Accomplishments==
 
==Major Works & Accomplishments==
 
Raje has participated in as well as organized multiple International Technology forums, workshops and conferences, and he has received fellowships from [[ICANN]], [[ISOC]], and [[IETF]]. He was involved in implementing the [[Indian IETF Capacity Building Program]] (IICB), which aims to increase awareness of Internet standards and Protocols in engineering students, so as to increase participation in IETF activities. Contributed towards hosting South Asia Network Operators Group (SANOG 34), INSIG 2019<ref>https://insig.in/?page_id=182 INSIG 2019 Steering Committee Retrieved 20th June 2020</ref>  and India Internet Week 2019 in Kolkata. His technical community contributions involves contributing towards hosting India’s first L-Root anycast instance<ref>[http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/49586041.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst Root server node installed in Kolkata]
 
Raje has participated in as well as organized multiple International Technology forums, workshops and conferences, and he has received fellowships from [[ICANN]], [[ISOC]], and [[IETF]]. He was involved in implementing the [[Indian IETF Capacity Building Program]] (IICB), which aims to increase awareness of Internet standards and Protocols in engineering students, so as to increase participation in IETF activities. Contributed towards hosting South Asia Network Operators Group (SANOG 34), INSIG 2019<ref>https://insig.in/?page_id=182 INSIG 2019 Steering Committee Retrieved 20th June 2020</ref>  and India Internet Week 2019 in Kolkata. His technical community contributions involves contributing towards hosting India’s first L-Root anycast instance<ref>[http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/49586041.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst Root server node installed in Kolkata]
</ref>, community Internet Exchange IIFON Kolkata IX. These works has been featured in ICANN and ISOC APAC Newsletters<ref>https://myemail.constantcontact.com/APAC-Connections---March-2017--News-from-the-Asia-Pacific-Bureau--Internet-Society-.html?soid=1110239358049&aid=HP2sRzm736s Retrieved 2019 Dec 10</ref>.  
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</ref>, community Internet Exchange IIFON Kolkata IX. Raje has been featured in ICANN, ICANNWiki <ref>[https://icannwiki.org/images/4/48/ICANN59_-_Johannesburg_Booklet_DIGITAL.pdf] ICANNWiki Quick Guide ICANN 59 Retrieved on 2019 Dec 21</ref>and ISOC APAC Newsletters<ref>https://myemail.constantcontact.com/APAC-Connections---March-2017--News-from-the-Asia-Pacific-Bureau--Internet-Society-.html?soid=1110239358049&aid=HP2sRzm736s Retrieved 2019 Dec 10</ref>.  
  
 
==Current Involvements==
 
==Current Involvements==

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Country: India
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Anand Raje is an entrepreneur, solution architect, mentor having 16+ years of experience in Computing and Internet technology design, development, research, and its innovative implementations. He is co-founder, Director of BASIS Technologies Pvt. Ltd. and co-founder CTO India Internet Foundation. He was earlier worked as Senior Consultant - NIC WBSC, E-Governance Projects. Raje is associated with I* organizations like ISOC, ICANN, IETF contributing for the technical community in different capacities.

Raje worked on large scale e-governance G2C, G2G problem statements for various government departments and enterprises. Researched and applied optimized algorithms for cryptographic framework implementations. Raje's professional experience encompasses technology consulting to enterprises, governments, law enforcement agencies, Internet Services organizations, Internet Exchange Points, Academia & Research Institutions. His leadership experience blends with technology innovations and an interest in volunteering for societal causes and capacity development.[1][2]

Raje is an experienced Network Security trainer, panelist, and speaker, who holds a Master of Computer Science Degree, as well as multiple IT, Network security, and Privacy certifications, such as DSCI DCPLA, CSSP, CCNSP.[2]

ICANN 55 in Marrakech, Morocco was Raje's first ICANN Meeting at which he was an ICANN Fellow. He is Chair Kolkata Chapter of ISOC.[1] He was also selected for and completed Internet Society's Next Generation Leaders program.[2]

Major Works & Accomplishments

Raje has participated in as well as organized multiple International Technology forums, workshops and conferences, and he has received fellowships from ICANN, ISOC, and IETF. He was involved in implementing the Indian IETF Capacity Building Program (IICB), which aims to increase awareness of Internet standards and Protocols in engineering students, so as to increase participation in IETF activities. Contributed towards hosting South Asia Network Operators Group (SANOG 34), INSIG 2019[3] and India Internet Week 2019 in Kolkata. His technical community contributions involves contributing towards hosting India’s first L-Root anycast instance[4], community Internet Exchange IIFON Kolkata IX. Raje has been featured in ICANN, ICANNWiki [5]and ISOC APAC Newsletters[6].

Current Involvements

Raje is currently researching on Internet operations, specially DNS and its associated operations challenges. The Root Servers, TLDs, Its anycast implementations, DNSSEC implementation challenges, routing detours, new RFCs on DoT/DoH and its implementation challenges. The study also includes impact of emerging technologies on CII.

External Links

BASIS Technologies

ISOC Kolkata Chapter

India Internet Foundation

References

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  1. 1.0 1.1 ICANNWiki - ICANN 55 Intake Form, 2016 March. Retrieved 2016 April 7.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Anand Raje, LinkedIn.com.
  3. https://insig.in/?page_id=182 INSIG 2019 Steering Committee Retrieved 20th June 2020
  4. Root server node installed in Kolkata
  5. [1] ICANNWiki Quick Guide ICANN 59 Retrieved on 2019 Dec 21
  6. https://myemail.constantcontact.com/APAC-Connections---March-2017--News-from-the-Asia-Pacific-Bureau--Internet-Society-.html?soid=1110239358049&aid=HP2sRzm736s Retrieved 2019 Dec 10