[dnssec-deployment] meeting announcement: 6 June 2007 (with attachment)
James M Galvin
galvin at elistx.com
Tue May 22 17:13:18 EDT 2007
-- On Tuesday, May 22, 2007 4:43 PM -0400 James M Galvin
<galvin at elistx.com> wrote regarding [dnssec-deployment] meeting
announcement: 6 June 2007 --
> NOTE: THE LENGTH OF THIS MEETING HAS BEEN EXTENDED
> TO 90 MINUTES.
> This meeting will be held at the usual time of:
> 1200 Los Angeles, San Francisco
> 1200 Phoenix
> 1300 Salt Lake City
> 1500 Washington
> 1900 UTC
> 2000 London
> 2100 Netherlands
> 2200 Israel
> 0400 Tokyo (the next day)
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> DRAFT AGENDA
> ** Presenters will be providing materials in advance for this
> ** meeting. They will be made available on the web site here:
> ** http://dnssec-deployment.org/wg/materials/20070606
> ** You may want to bookmark that page.
> During this meeting we are going to examine deployment strategies
> for signed zones with particular emphasis on hardware solutions.
> are going to focus on the registry side of the
> registrant-registrar-registry relationship for all zones with the
> goal of identifying effective aggregation points. We have
> presentations from several organizations that have either deployed
> DNSSEC or provided solutions for its successful deployment.
> * Introduction (5 minutes)
> Russ Mundy
> This presentation is intended to provide an overview and context
> for discussing activities needed for the operation of zones that
> are operating with DNSSEC, this set of activities are sometimes
> known as "provisioning". Although all DNS zones need to
> perform a
> set of activities prior to loading zone information onto the
> zone's name servers, there are different ways to accomplish
> activities and many different terms used to describe the
> activities. The principle goal of the presentation is to
> a common frame of reference for discussing DNSSEC Provisioning
> Slides are attached as a PDF. Questions and comments are
> on the mailing list -- dnssec-deployment at shinkuro.com -- in
> advance of the meeting.
> * Experiences with the Signed .NET Pilot (10 minutes)
> David Blacka, VeriSign
> In 2005, VeriSign ran a pilot providing a signed version of the
> .NET gTLD. This pilot provided experience with managing a
> large-scale DNSSEC-signed zone using a commercial HSM.
> * Using a Secure Platform to Automate DNSSEC Administration
> (10 minutes)
> Joe Gersch, Secure64 Software Corporation
> Securing 1000's of zones at an ISP can be a laborious
> administrative task. By using a secure platform to safely store
> private keys, and by using a DNSSEC policy clause in the DNS
> configuration file, automation, simplification, and provisioning
> of DNSSEC information to other DNS servers becomes much more
> * dnsX:Secure Signer. A primer in 10 slides. (10 minutes)
> Michael Richardson, Xelerance Corporation
> This presentation outlines a product currently in late beta
> testing. It explains how the DNS signing functions of this
> product fit into existing, currently deployed DNS
> dnsX:Secure Signer automates various parts of the DNSSEC
> including key rollover, making deploying signed zones much
> * Crypto Hardware and Software for Signing .UK (10 minutes)
> John Dickinson, Nominet
> Using HSM and acceleration hardware for DNSSEC was much harder
> than we expected. This presentation will describe the lessons
> learnt and discuss future work.
> * Software Tools (10 minutes)
> Suresh Krishnaswamy, Sparta
> This part of the discussion will highlight some of the software
> tools currently available for use at various DNSSEC aggregation
> * Discussion (35 minutes)
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