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DNSSEC for Everybody -- A Beginners' Guide

8 April 2013 - 17:00 - 18:30

Session Leader: Julie Hedlund | Policy Director and SSAC Support

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DNSSEC continues to be deployed around the world at an ever accelerating pace. From the Root, to both Generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) and Country Code Top Level Domains (ccTLDs), the push is on to deploy DNSSEC to every corner of the internet. Businesses and ISPs are building their deployment plans too and interesting opportunities are opening up for all as the rollout continues.

Worried that you're getting left behind? Don't really understand DNSSEC? Then why not come along to the second 'DNSSEC for Beginners' session where we hope to demystify DNSSEC and show how you can easily and quickly deploy DNSSEC into your business. Come and find out how it all works, what tools you can use to help and meet the community that can help you plan and implement DNSSEC.

Who Should Attend? | The session is aimed at everyone, so no technical knowledge is required. Come and find out what it's all about…!

Agenda Details:
Outline Concept Segment Duration Speaker
Welcome Welcome and Introduction 2 mins Dan York
Basic Concepts Caveman – DNSSEC 5000BC 3 mins Dan York
DNS Basics 5 mins Warren Kumari
DNS Chain of Trust – Live 5 mins Norm Ritchie
Core Concepts DNSSEC – How it works 10 mins Warren Kumari
DNSSEC – Chain of Trust Live 5 mins Norm Ritchie
Real World Examples A sample DNSSEC implementation (what it looks like, s/w etc). A simple guide to deployment. 10 mins Russ Mundy
A guide to DNSSEC Deployment options: Technologies and vendors. 10 mins Russ Mundy
Summary Session Round up, hand out of materials, Thank you's 2 mins Dan York