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Deploy360 12 March 2012

ICANN DNSSEC Workshop on Weds, March 14, to be streamed LIVE

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

ICANN 43 logoWant to learn more about the current state of DNSSEC deployment? Want to hear case studies of organizations who have deployed DNSSEC? Want to learn how DNSSEC can be used to protect your organization’s online reputation?

This Wednesday, March 14, 2012, from 8:30am to 1:45pm (UTC-6, i.e. US Mountain time), there will be a DNSSEC Workshop as part of the  ICANN 43 meeting taking place in Costa Rica. The good news is that…

THE EVENT WILL BE STREAMED LIVE

You can just go to http://costarica43.icann.org/node/29659 and click on the appropriate link to listen and view the session.

I (Dan York) will be one of the early presenters outlining some of the areas with DNSSEC that we’ve found in the development of this Deploy360 site where we see opportunities for simplifying the user experience and accelerating DNSSEC deployment.  I’ll be talking about the end-user experience for domain name holders, the experience at domain name registrars and several infrastructure issues.  I’m very much looking forward to giving the presentation and to participating in the ensuing discussion.

The agenda for the full workshop is a great collection of people involved with the actual deployment of DNSSEC.  I’ll be intrigued to listen, learn and interact with the participants and am looking forward to having some new content to add to this site.

If you are going to be there at the session in Costa Rica, I look forward to meeting you. If you are not going to be in Costa Rica but are interested in the topic, I do hope you will tune in to the live coverage.  Given that past ICANN DNSSEC workshops have been recorded for later viewing, I expect this session will be as well.

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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