In Moscow for ENOG 4 Oct 23 & 24? We’ll Be There Talking About DNSSEC
Will you be in Moscow this coming week (Oct 23-24, 2012) at the Eurasia Network Operators’ Group (ENOG) 4 meeting? If so, I (Dan York) will be there to speak about DNSSEC and how it applies to network operators. My talk, titled “DNSSEC – Why Network Operators Should Care And How To Accelerate Deployment “, has the description:
Why should network operators care about DNSSEC? What advantages and opportunities can it provide? What are the best first steps an ISP can do to support DNSSEC? What are the current best operational practices for DNSSEC?
In this presentation, Dan York of the Internet Society’s Deploy360 Programme will answer these questions, discuss some new DNSSEC-related technologies such as DANE and provide some key steps that can help accelerate DNSSEC deployment within networks.
I’m very much looking forward to the event and speaking with network operators to understand how we can help them get more DNSSEC-validating DNS resolvers deployed out there. The ENOG 4 agenda is packed with good presentations so I’m looking forward to learning a good bit. Currently showing 451 attendees, too, so the opportunity is there to get some great feedback!
Thankfully, there will also be a simultaneous translation service during the sessions. I have been learning some Russian in preparation but so far only really have the very basic traveler survival phrases down.
Should be a great event – if you are there, please do say hello!
P.S. I’m also pleased to be able to meet up with my Internet Society colleague Andrei Robachevsky as he is one of the organizers of the event (and is also fluent in Russian).