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Deploy360 26 January 2012

Video/Slides – Good Men Rising: IPv6 and DNSSEC (Toronto ION)

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

In a response to Bill St. Arnaud’s “Dead Men Walking” presentation at the Internet Society’s ION Conference in Toronto on November 14, 2011, Jacques Latour, Director of Information Technology, Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), laid out why he believes there is much promise ahead for both IPv6 and DNSSEC and explained the work they have done at CIRA, their IPv6 adoption strategy, architecture guidelines and more.

The video is available for viewing:

As are the slides:

Good Men Rising: IPv6 & DNSSEC

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