|When:||09:00-12:30, Tuesday, 24 August 2010|
|Presenter:||Richard Lamb, DNSSEC Program Manager, ICANN|
|Slides:||Original format (1.0 MB), Web format (567.4 KB)|
In this half-day session, Rick will describe the various elements needed to develop a secure, trusted DNSSEC deployment. He will be focusing on the relatively minor processes and practices needed to turn a well-engineered system into a trusted service.
This session is for anyone involved in deploying DNSSEC
- DNS basics
- Who are you? Who are your stakeholders?
- Who are your customers?
- Who is your regulator?
- Who is your contractee?
- What do your stakeholders expect?
- In the future
- What are the risks?
- Identify your risks
- Build your risk profile
- How do you satisfy your stakeholders?
- Resources (money, personnel, time)
- Service levels (security, performance)
- Solutions to satisfy your stakeholders and mitigate risks
- Trust - Process, Practice, DPS, Audit
- Security - Process, Practice, Crypto
Who should attend?
Engineers, managers, and anyone interested in DNSSEC deployment. The practical examples of process, combined with economical hardware/software that is motivated by a general discussion of issues, would be valuable to both engineers and managers looking to build a secure platform that their customer base can trust.