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Deploy360 4 September 2012

Summer is over… time to get back to IPv6 and DNSSEC – how can we help?

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

Wonderful day to be out on the water!Here in the northern hemisphere where I live, summer is now basically over. People are (mostly) back from vacations. Kids are returning to school. The rhythms and routines are returning… the weather is getting cooler… the days are getting shorter… people are turning their focus a bit more back to work.

Which means it is a perfect time to get back to deploying IPv6 and DNSSEC!

Let’s make it happen now!  You’ve still got a few months left to get a project underway in 2012!  Or you can be planning for a deployment that will happen in 2013…

Take a look at our IPv6 and DNSSEC resources to see what is out there to help you get started.  If you are a website owner, take a look at our “IPv6 for content providers” page that we’ve created… we’re planning to build out the other pages in a similar style for other audiences. If you have a domain name registered, look at our page about how to sign your domain with DNSSEC using various domain name registrars.

If you don’t see a resource that helps you get started, check out our content roadmap to see if what you are looking for is in our plans… and please let us know if you don’t see what you need.

Now is the time to deploy IPv6 and DNSSEC – how can we help?

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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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