Interim Sessions

The DNS Working Group is holding remote sessions outside of RIPE Meetings organised via teleconference and open to everyone. 

More information about this initiative is available on RIPE Labs.

Schedule:

Date

Topics

21 April 2021

1. European Resolver Policy
- Andrew Campling, 419 Consulting

2. Update on RSSAC activities
- Lars-Johan Liman, Netnod Internet Exchange 

24 March 2021

1. A Balanced DNS Information Protection Strategy: Minimize at Root and TLD, Encrypt When Needed Elsewhere
- Scott Hollenbeck and Burt Kaliski, Verisign

2.Keeping up with the IETF DNSOP WG
- Benno Overeinder, NLnet Labs

24 February 2021

 Implementing RFC 7344
- Ondřej Caletka, RIPE NCC

Trends in the DNS resolver market
- Roxane Radu, University of Oxford
- Michael Hausding, Internet Society (Switzerland chapter)

9 December 2020

Measuring ROA deployment at the top of the DNS
- Edward Lewis, ICANN

18 November 2020

How we made DNSSEC simple(r)
- Brett Carr, Nominet

Deploying Hyperlocal
- Paul Muchene, ICANN

7 October 2020

Keeping up with the IETF DNSOP WG
- Benno Overeinder, NLnet Labs

The SVCB and HTTPS RR
- Ben Schwartz, Google

17 September 2020  Anycast in “The Cloud”

- Brett Carr, Nominet

DNS Flag Day
- Ondřej Sury, ISC

 8 July 2020  A Framework for Registration Data Directory Services
- Steve Crocker

Open Discussion 
17 June 2020   The NXNSAttack Vulnerability
- Ralph Dolmans, NLnetLabs, and Lior Shafir, Tel Aviv University

The Impact of Post Quantum Cryptography on DNSSEC
- Moritz Müller, SIDN

27 May 2020

Changes to .ORG Signing
- Joe Abley, PIR and Suzanne Woolf, PIR
DNS and IPv6
- João Damas, APNIC and Geoff Huston, APNIC

6 May 2020

Effect of a global pandemic on DNS utilization
- Steve DeJong, Neustar
COVID-19 influence on resolver traffic
- Peter van Dijk, PowerDNS and Pieter Lexis, PowerDNS

15 April 2020

Managing the trust anchor of the DNS against adversity
- Kim Davies, Vice President, IANA Functions, PTI

 

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