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Deploy360 20 March 2013

Video – DNSSEC Deployment: From End-Customer To Content (ION San Diego)

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

What do we need to do to get DNSSEC widely deployed? How can we help accelerate the deployment? What is the benefit to network operators and content providers?  These were among the questions answered in a highly interactive panel at the ION Conference San Diego on December 11, 2012. There was a good dialogue between the panelists and many questions asked by the attendees.  As a moderator, it was one of the most fun and interesting panels I’ve done in a while as we had no slides and just engaged in a conversation among people with a deep amount of experience with DNSSEC.

You can watch the video on YouTube or embedded here:

Moderator: Dan York (Internet Society)
Panelists: Jim Galvin (Afilias); Richard Lamb (ICANN); Cricket Liu (Infoblox); Roland M. van Rijswijk — Deij (SURFnet)

To get started with DNSSEC, you may want to view our DNSSEC Basics page.

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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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