DNSSEC lessons from private, public sector featured at FOSE workshop 7/20

Federal information security managers will have the chance to hear hands-on experiences and lessons learned in deploying the domain name system security extensions—from public and private-sector executives–at a special FOSE workshop on July 20.

A special workshop, “The deployment diaries: DNSSEC in U.S. Federal Systems and Beyond” will be featured at the FOSE conference and exposition on Wednesday, July 20, 2011.

Speaking on Where does DNSSEC stand in .gov? A Status Update will be these federal officials:

•Lee Ellis, General Services Administration
•Earl Crane, Department of Homeland Security
•Sean Donelon, Department of Homeland Security
•Scott Rose, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Speaking on Private Sector Deployment in .com, .net, .org and beyond will be:

•Rodney Joffe, Neustar
•Matt Larson, VeriSign
•Simon McCalla, Nominet
•Lance Wolak, Public Interest Registry

Other workshop speakers will include representatives from the White House, and from companies such as Comcast, Verisign, Secure64, Microsoft, Afilias, Infoblox, F5 Network, Nominum and Internet Systems Corporation. The FOSE expo will include a special DNSSEC pavilion where participants can see and learn about DNSSEC hardware and software solutions.

The workshop requires an additional $35 registration fee in addition to regular FOSE registration. It takes place from 10 AM to 4 PM on Wednesday, July 20.


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