Free “DNSSEC Decoded” seminar set for July 27

DNSSEC Decoded,” a half-day seminar sponsored by Secure64, will take place July 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in Washington, DC, at the International Spy Museum’s Zola Restaurant.

Speakers include Initiative partner and NIST computer scientist Scott Rose and Microsoft Federal Group Chief Security Officer Bill Billings.  Breakfast is included in the event, and the speakers will discuss why U.S. federal agencies’ internal networks are targets for theft of confidential information; how DNSSEC protects internal and external domains from hijacking; DNSSEC deployment requirements and FISMA requirements that pertain to DNSSEC; and case studies from other federal agencies.  Seating is limited; you also may listen to a recording of the event with the chance to ask questions of the speakers.

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