DNSSEC at FOSE 2011
Below is the program from the session The Deployment Diaries: DNSSEC in U.S. Federal Systems and Beyond given at FOSE, Wednesday, July 20, 2011:
10:00 am: Welcome and Opening Remarks
W. Douglas Maughan, Cyber Security Division Director, Science and Technology Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Andy Ozment, Director for Federal Information Security Policy, White House National Security Council
10:20 am: DNS-2 Where does DNSSEC Deployment stand in .gov? A status update
OMB and FISMA require DNSSEC deployment. How does your agency’s deployment stack up against other federal sites? A status report on what .gov has accomplished and what remains to be done.
•Doug Montgomery (Moderator), National Institute of Standards and Technology
Lee Ellis, General Services Administration
11:15 am: DNS-3: Private Sector Deployment in .com, .net, .org and Beyond
Lessons government IT managers can learn from other sectors and countries’ deployment of DNSSEC.
12:00 pm: DNS-4: The Drive to Validation: Real-life Lessons
Lessons on what to plan for, and what happens when enterprises start validating DNSSEC responses.
12:25 pm: DNS-5: What to Ask Vendors about DNSSEC
When choosing hardware or software solutions to deploy DNSSEC, here’s what NIST experts recommend you look for, and ask about.
2:00 pm: DNS-6: Beyond Infrastructure: Emerging DNSSEC Apps and APIs
Since significant infrastructure components now support DNSSEC, learn how end user applications benefit from DNSSEC today and in the future.
3:00 pm: DNS-7: New Tools From Vendors: Deployment Options
Vendors with hardware and software solutions describe what’s available for DNSSEC deployment.