Want to learn about DNSSEC from people who have actually deployed DNSSEC in their region? Want to learn about DANE and how it can be used in applications? How can DNSSEC make the Internet more secure? As I mentioned last week, these are some of the topics that will be discussed in the ICANN 49 DNSSEC Workshop that will be streaming live out of Singapore on Wednesday, March 26, from 8:30am – 2:45pm Singapore time. The session will be recorded for those unable to watch live.
[WARNING: Singapore local time is UTC+8, so it is 7 hours ahead of Central European time, 12 hours ahead of US Eastern time and 15 hours ahead of US Pacific time. So if you are on the US East Coast, for example, this workshop will start at 8:30pm TONIGHT (Tuesday, March 25).]
Topics to be discussed include:
- DNSSEC Deployment Metrics
- DNSSEC Activities in the Asia Pacific Region
- Case study of the deployment of DNSSEC at .ee (Estonia)
- Guidance for Registrars in Supporting DNSSEC – and DNSSEC requirements in the 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA)
- Preparing for DNSSEC Root Key Rollover
- DNSSEC Applications
- Demonstration of DANE applications and tools
A full agenda and all of the available slides can be found on the ICANN 49 DNSSEC Workshop program page. You can watch or listen to the event via:
- Virtual Meeting Room Stream Live (video, audio, slides and chat)
- Audio stream (high bandwidth)
- Audio stream (low bandwidth)
The session should provide excellent information for people interested in DNSSEC and how we can make the Internet more secure. Please do join in!
And if you are interested in deploying DNSSEC, please check out our DNSSEC resource pages to learn more.