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    ICANN Stacks DNS [Job] Security Workshop Deck
    by Anonymous on Saturday November 19 2005, @05:14PM (#16520)
    ICANN Stacks DNS [Job] Security Workshop Deck

    Rather than explain to the world how Peer-to-Peer
    DNS will remove the need for Verisign and the
    Registrars, and make the DNS MORE Stable, MORE
    Secure, and move it closer to the real owners of
    domain names, YOU, instead of doing that, ICANN
    heads the other way and stacks the deck of their
    next [Job] Security Workshop. Cerf and Mr. RFC-1
    Steve Crocker are of course there, heading the
    show. They went to high-school with Jon Postel.
    Peer-to-Peer technology is not part of their
    generation, and not on the agenda.


    This workshop will take place Wednesday November 30, 9-11:30.  It will
    focus on the security analysis, questions, concerns, business cases, and
    impact of the registrars as they consider DNSSEC.

    All audiences are encouraged to come discuss this important area in
    securing the DNS infrastructure.


      9:00 Workshop Welcome - Vint Cerf, Google

    Registrar Keynote Speakers

      9:10 A Registrar in the Security Business -  Margie Milam, MarkMonitor

      9:25 Registrar Security - View from the Developing World -  Uma
                                                           Good Luck Domain

    DNS Attacks and DNS Security

      9:45 Demo of a DNS Attack  - Russ Mundy, Sparta

    Adoption/Business Cases

    10:00 Panel on Adoption/Business Cases

        Economic view - Stuart Schechter, MIT
        Customer sectors - Keith Schwalme, Good Harbor
        Very large enterprise view - TBA
        Small registrar - Rick Wesson, Alice's Registrar
        Very large registrar/combined service - Paul Diaz, Network Solutions
        Registry view - probably .ORG


    Questions and Experiences

    10:30 Panel on Concerns and Facts about Adoption

        Steve Crocker, Shinkuro
        Peter Koch, DENIC
        Russ Mundy, Sparta
        Tim Ruiz, GoDaddy
        Geoffrey Sisson, Nominet UK
        Maxine Appleby, Hosting.Com


    DNSSEC Deployment Experience

    11:00 How a Registrar Enables DNSSEC - Rick Wesson, Alice's Registrar

    11:10 Brief Reports on DNSSEC Going Live

      The .ORG Testbed - Ram Mohan, Affilias

      A Title/Speaker to be confirmed

    Wrap-up - Conclusions and Next Steps

      Moderator:  Paul Diaz, Network Solutions


    Maxine Appleby, Hosting.Com
    Sebastian Castro, NIC Chile
    Tim Cole, ICANN, Registar Liaison
    Steve Crocker, Shinkuro, Inc
    Paul Diaz, Network Solutions
    Amy Friedlander, Shinkuro, Inc
    Matt Larson, Verisign
    Allison Mankin, Shinkuro, Inc (Chair)
    Ram Mohan, Afilias
    Russ Mundy, Sparta
    Tim Ruiz, GoDaddy
    Stuart Schechter, Lincoln Labs
    Geoffrey Sisson, Nominet UK
    Paul Stahura, Enom
    Bruce Tonkin, Melbourne IT
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