Knowledge-sharing and Instantiating Norms for DNS and Naming Security (KINDNS) initiative, will develop a simple but effective framework for a more secure DNS operation to which operators can voluntarily and easily commit.
This session is an update on the progress of the project and working documents with those actively engaged in DNS security.
Why it’s Important: Stakeholders involved in DNS security will benefit from the presentation and discussion of the best practices, guidelines and industry norms.
Who Should Attend? Anyone with an interest in DNS security, DNS best practices, particularly DNS Operators (of Authoritative and Resolvers) and DNS software vendors with technical, operational, and strategic planning roles.
Session Leader: Adiel Akplogan Staff Facilitator: Steven Kim
Update: Knowledge-sharing and Instantiating Norms for DNS and Naming Security (KINDNS)
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