Summer 2012 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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A survey of DNSSEC Deployment in the US R&E community

Time 07/16/12 02:00PM-02:20PM

Session Abstract

DNSSEC (DNS Security Extensions) is a system to verify the authenticity of DNS data using public key signatures. Although a small number of institutions in the R&E community have been at the forefront of DNSSEC deployment, the adoption rate in the larger community is still quite low.



This talk will present some results of an ongoing project to survey the status of DNSSEC deployment in the US Research & Education and a few related communities. It also surveys the status of several other DNS capabilities, such as availability of the service over IPv6 transport, TCP transport, EDNS0 support, etc.

Speakers

Speaker Shumon Huque University of Pennsylvania

Speaker William Owens NYSERNet

Presentation Media

Secondary tracks Security

Session Media

media item thumbnail A survey of DNSSEC Deployment in the US R&E community Netcast Archive DNSSEC (DNS Security Extensions) is a system to verify the authenticity of DNS data using public key signatures. Although a small number of institutions in the R&E; community have been at the forefront of DNSSEC deployment, the adoption rate in the larger community is still quite low. This talk will present some results of an ongoing project to survey the status of DNSSEC deployment in the US Research & Education and a few related communities. It also surveys the status of several other DNS capabilities, such as availability of the service over IPv6 transport, TCP transport, EDNS0 support, etc. media item thumbnail A survey of DNSSEC Deployment in the US R&E community Netcast Archive DNSSEC (DNS Security Extensions) is a system to verify the authenticity of DNS data using public key signatures. Although a small number of institutions in the R&E; community have been at the forefront of DNSSEC deployment, the adoption rate in the larger community is still quite low. This talk will present some results of an ongoing project to survey the status of DNSSEC deployment in the US Research & Education and a few related communities. It also surveys the status of several other DNS capabilities, such as availability of the service over IPv6 transport, TCP transport, EDNS0 support, etc.

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