With a strong DNSSEC focus in its sessions, including today’s DNSSEC workshop, the ICANN Brussels meeting is the site of several announcements and activities related to domain name security, including:
- The .org top-level domain is the first to deploy DNSSEC as of this morning. In a related announcement, the Internet Society became the first .org domain to deploy DNSSEC, for its ISOC.org domain. See coverage here and here.
- .eu also deployed DNSSEC, it was announced this week.
- The Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority announced it will deploy DNSSEC, testing it this summer and putting it into production in autumn 2010.
- The DNSSEC deployment world map also was updated.
Today’s DNSSEC Workshop at ICANN has a packed agenda. Go here for details, including audiocasts, chat, and transcripts. Topics to be covered include:
DPS Framework: DNSSEC Policy and Practice Statement Framework
.ORG Transfer Tests Lessons Learned
DNS/DNSSEC and Domain Transfers: Are They Compatible?
Addressing DS Transfer: NSDS
Deploying DNSSEC: Lessons Learned
Overview of Comcast’s DNSSEC Work
DNSSEC Resolving at SURFnet
PowerDNSSEC: A Different Way of Doing Authoritive DNSSEC
Overview of Open Source Tools for DNSSEC
DNSSEC Progress in .UK
DNSSEC Implementation – Julien Adam
DNSSEC Rollout Status
The .DE DNSSEC Testbed
.EU DNSSEC Deployment
DNSSEC Deployment in .PT
Starting DNSSec Deployment for .RU
Completing the Chain of Trust – Lance Wolak
Completing the DNSSEC Chain of Trust – Olaf Kolkman
Considerations in User Interface Design for DNSSEC
DNSSEC: Go Daddy Implementation
PIR – DNSSEC Chain of Trust
DNSSEC: A Foundation for Increasing Confidence in the Internet
DNSSEC for the Root Zone