A 4-hour live video streaming session in German, supplemented with screencast recordings.
Jul 6th, 2015
The first DNSSEC-Day was hosted on June 30th, 2015 in Germany.
With the increase of mobile devices (BYOD), the Internet of Things (IoT) and the growth of cloud-based virtual machines, a seismic shift has been in the DDI landscape, leading to greater awareness of network-related security risks.
Security manifests itself in various formats, such as availability, performance and the ability to withstand attacks like DDoS Attacks, DNS cache poisoning, DNS Spoofing and other DNS security threats.
United in increasing the security on the Internet, Heise publishing house, DeNIC, Sys4 AG and the Federal Office for Security in Information Technology (BSI) join forces and get experts to the table to explain, among other things the benefits of DNSSEC technology from the perspective of users and deal with practical questions from administrators.
The DNSSEC-Day was a 4-hour live video streaming session in German, supplemented with screencast recordings.
Contributing at the DNSSEC-Day was Men&Mice expert Mr. Carsten Strotmann giving his input on practical DNSSEC and DANE deployments.