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Deploy360 13 August 2012

Speaking About DNSSEC in Bogotá, Colombia, on Tuesday, August 14…

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

Logo for DNSSEC event in ColombiaTomorrow, Tuesday, August 14, 2012, I (Dan York) will be in Bogotá, Colombia, speaking about DNSSEC and offering ideas for network operators and registrars about how they can accelerate the deployment of DNSSEC based on some of what we’ve seen. This is part of a full day titled “Taller DNSSEC”  (“DNSSEC Workshop”) sponsored by .CO INTERNET and the Cámara Colombiana de Informática y Telecomunicaciones (C.C.I.T.) along with NIC Chile, LACNIC, ICANN, COLNODO and we here at the Internet Society.

More information and the full agenda for the day can be found on LACNIC’s page for the event.

As .CO was signed with DNSSEC back in March 2011, the foundation is certainly there for moving adoption forward within that ccTLD… and hopefully within other usage throughout the region.

Having never been to Colombia before, I’m looking forward to visiting and participating in this event. It will be interesting on a personal level as outside of my presentation and the one from ICANN everything else will be in Spanish… and my Spanish capability is not a whole lot more than “uno, dos, tres…”.   🙂     So I’m looking forward to learning a bit while I’m there.  If you are going to be at tomorrow’s event, please do stop by and say hello!

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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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