October and November bring more learning opportunities about DNSSEC, including these sessions:
- LACNIC, the Latin American and Caribbean Internet Addresses Registry, convenes LACNICXVI October 3-7 in Buenos Aires, with a DNSSEC tutorial earlier this week on October 3. NLNet Labs’ Olaf Kolkman, the workshop leader, has announced his goal that 2/3 of the workshop attendees turn on DNSSEC validation, and 1/3 sign their zone.
- The Internet Society’s Internet On conference in Buenos Aires October 5 includes a session on a new ISOC initiative to “create and promote resources that are easy to understand and quickly actionable by the very IT professionals responsible for the implementation of new technologies like IPv6 and DNSSEC.”
- Portugal’s .PT is sponsoring a cycle of fall workshops, including two on October 19 and November 18. The workshops are designed for professionals in the banking, public administration and judicial sectors.
- ICANN 42, taking place October 23-28 in Dakar, Senegal, is expected to include DNSSEC workshops; the workshop schedule has not yet been released.
Presentations from the recent RIPE regional meeting in Dubrovnik–including those on DNSSEC–are now archived here.