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Deploy360 15 July 2013

Watch “DNSSEC For Everyone – A Beginner's Guide” Live Today From ICANN47

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

ICANN 47 meeting in Durban, South AfricaWant to understand what DNSSEC is all about?  Would you like to understand how DNSSEC helps make DNS more secure?  And why DNSSEC is important?

Today (July 15, 2013) we’ll be streaming the “DNSSEC For Everyone – A Beginner’s Guide” session live out of ICANN 47 in Durban, South Africa. This is a fun session that takes a humorous view on DNSSEC… and includes a number of people (myself included) acting out a skit showing how DNS and DNSSEC work! 🙂   Feedback from past sessions is that this all has helped people understand better how this all works – and so we encourage you to watch if you can.

You can watch the video and slides for the session at:

http://icann.adobeconnect.com/dur47-hall1b

An audio-only streaming option is also available from the session page on the ICANN 47 web site.

The session begins at 5:00pm in Durban, South Africa, which is also 5:00pm in central Europe and 11:00am in US Eastern time.

If you can’t watch the event live, I will be recording the video locally and will post a copy to the Deploy360 YouTube channel as soon as I can.

 

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