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DNSSEC Workshop

Date 7 – 9 June 2013

Time 09.00 – 17.00

Room Executive Center 2, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center

Agenda

7 June 2013 Morning:

* Introduction (Steve Crocker)

* DNSSEC Overview


7 June 2013 Afternoon:

* Introduction to the lab, network setup and private root

* Software overview (BIND, Unbound, NSD, OpenDNSSEC)

* Lab: DNS refreshers: RRSets, using dig, using tcpdump/wireshark

* Lab: Setup delegation, configure master & slave

* Lab: Logging, log management, and zone transfer security using TSIG


8 June 2013 :

* DNSSEC signing: What does it take to sign a zone ?

* Lab: Zone signing and semi-automated management using BIND 9.9+

* Lab: Manual rollover

* Lab: Inline signing


9 June 2013 :

* DNSSEC Design

* DNSSEC: Sensible Signing Parameters

* Lab: Using OpenDNSSEC: automated key management, signing

* Lab: Using OpenDNSSEC: automated rollover

Program Package

Registration Fee 10,000 THB *

* Registration fee includes

1) CIO seat at

I..TH 25 ANNIVERSARY on 6 June 2013 at Ballroom 1 Shangri-La Bangkok Hotel

II.Gala Dinner on 6 June 2013 at Ballroom 1 Shangri-La Bangkok Hotel

III.DNSSEC Workshop: CIO Session on 7 June 2013 (Morning Session) at the Executive Center 2, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center

2) DNS Technical Staff: 2 seats at

DNSSEC Workshop : 7-9 June 2013 at the Executive Center 2, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center

Instructors

Steve Crocker, Chair of the ICANN Board and one of the Internet Inventors

Olaf Kolkman, Chief Executive of NlnetLabs, Chair of the DNS extension's working group of IETF (The Internet Engineering Task Force) and Former Chair of IAB (Internet Architecture Board)

Andy Linton, DNSSEC Specialist of Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) and one of the 14 global Trusted Community Representatives who oversee the key ceremonies where the cryptographic digital keys used to secure the Internet DNS Root Zone are generated and securely stored

John Crain, Senior Director of Security, Stability and Resiliency of the Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)