Want to quickly learn about DNSSEC and how it can make the Internet more secure? Want to see an easy illustration of how DNSSEC works? Want to understand why DNSSEC is so important to strengthen the Internet against attackers? If so, tune in TODAY at 5:00 pm / 17:00 Buenos Aires time ( 20:00 UTC, 3:00 pm US Eastern) for the “DNSSEC For Everybody – A Beginner’s Guide” session where a group of people involved with DNSSEC will answer all these questions and more. Information is at:
There are audio streams available in 7 languages and a “Virtual Meeting Room Stream Live” that will get you video and the slides. The slides and session notes are also available at the bottom of that web page.
The overview of the session is:
DNSSEC continues to be deployed around the world at an ever accelerating pace. From the Root, to both Generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) and Country Code Top Level Domains (ccTLDs), the push is on to deploy DNSSEC to every corner of the internet. Businesses and ISPs are building their deployment plans too and interesting opportunities are opening up for all as the rollout continues. Worried that you’re getting left behind? Don’t really understand DNSSEC? Then why not come along to the second ‘DNSSEC for Beginners’ session where we hope to demystify DNSSEC and show how you can easily and quickly deploy DNSSEC into your business. Come and find out how it all works, what tools you can use to help and meet the community that can help you plan and implement DNSSEC.
These are great sessions and usually I am participating but this week my travel schedule won’t get me to ICANN 48 until tomorrow. (Warren Kumari thankfully was able to cover my usual role.) You don’t need any knowledge of DNSSEC to participate and it talks about DNSSEC in a fun and interesting way. (And yes, there’s actually a skit involved! )
Look for the blue smoke… 🙂
P.S. If you can’t watch live, the session will be recorded and available later at that same URL for viewing.