DNSSEC at FOSE 2012
The DNSSEC Deployment Initiative in conjunction with FOSE held the workshop, Making DNSSEC the Trust Infrastructure: Where Domain Name Security is Headed, at FOSE 2012 from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM on April 3rd. The agenda and presentations follow:
10:00 AM: Welcome and Introductions
DNSSEC, The Federal Government, and Where We Go From Here
- Honorable Howard Schmidt, Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator (Invited Guest)
- W. Douglas Maughan, Cyber Security Division Director, Science and Technology Directorate, U.S Department of Homeland Security
10:15 AM: Trends and Challenges in Federal DNSSEC Deployment
- Scott Rose (Moderator), National Institute of Standards and Technology
- Update on .gov (250KB pptx) – The uptake of DNSSEC in the .gov zone – Valeri Stoyanov Reporting and Analysis Program Manager, Cyber Security Division, Science and Technology Directorate, U.S Department of Homeland Security
- VeriSign on the services they offer to and through .gov (815KB pptx) – Matt Larson, Vice president, DNS Research, VeriSign
- FCC and DNSSEC – Jeffery M. Goldthorp, Associate Chief – Cybersecurity and Communications Reliability, Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, Federal Communications Commission
- FISMA, with emphasis on mobile requirements (266KB pptx) – Scott Rose, National Institute of Standards and Technology
11:00 AM: Break
11:15 AM: Trends and New Developments in DNSSEC-aware Apps
- Applications and Dane (3.2MB ppt) – Russ Mundy, Principal Networking Scientist, Sparta, Inc.
- Report on NLNet Labs DNSSEC Trigger (1.2MB pptx) – Robert G. Novas, Member, Senior Technical Staff, Shinkuro, Inc.
- Chrome and Mozilla DNSSEC plug-ins Developed by .cz (2.5MB pdf) – Ondrej Sury, Head of R&D for CZ.NIC Laboratories
- Reengineering Trust: Towards The Domain Key Infrastructure – Dan Kaminsky, Chief Scientist, DKH
- National Strategy for Trusted Identity in Cyberspace (4.1MB pptx)– Jeremy Grant, National Institute of Standards and Technology
12:00 PM – 12:30 PM: Vendor Panel (Steve Crocker Moderator)
- Secure 64 (573KB pdf) – Mark Beckett, VP Marketing and Product Management
- Afilias (414KB pdf) – Jim Galvin, Director, Strategic Relationships and Technical Standards
- Nominum (532KB pptx) – Srini Avirneni, VP of Customer Advocacy and Innovation
- Infoblox (1.4MB pptx) – Victor Danevich, Sr. Director Pre-Sales System Engineer & Professional Services, Americas
- F5 (496KB pptx) – Jonathan George, Product Marketing Manager
- ISC – Suzanne Woolf
12:30 PM: Break for Lunch and Exhibits
2:00 PM: DNSSEC and Infrastructure Providers
- Akamai (4.6MB pptx) – David Lawrence, Principal Software Engineer at Akamai Technologies
- Comcast (938KB pdf) – Chris Griffiths, National Engineering and Technical Operations
- Go Daddy (2.4MB pptx) – Wayne Thayer, Chief Technology Officer
2:30 PM: Roundtable: Where does DNSSEC lead us next? (Ed Rhyne is Moderator)
- Doug Montgomery – National Institute of Standards and Technology
- Scott Rose – National Institute of Standards and Technology
- W. Douglas Maughan – Cyber Security Division Director, Science and Technology Directorate, U.S Department of Homeland Security
- Jeffery M. Goldthorp – Associate Chief – Cybersecurity and Communications Reliability, Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, Federal Communications Commission
- Chris Griffiths – National Engineering and Technical Operations, Comcast
- Jim Galvin – Director, Strategic Relationships and Technical Standard, Afilias
- Adam Langley – Google
- Dan Kaminsky – Chief Scientist, DKH
Discussing these questions:
- What happens when we have a chain of trust that’s complete?
- What happens to DNSSEC if we migrate to a cloud solution? How do more secure protocols affect cloud architecture?
- What role do DANE protocols play as we transition to the future of DNSSEC?
- What’s the killer app that will drive end-to-end trust?
- What else needs to happen to make DNSSEC the trust anchor?
3:45 PM: Roundtable Continues with Audience Questions
4:00 PM: Conclusion