Are you interested in learning about DNSSEC and live near Dhaka, Bangladesh? (or can get there?) If so, the folks at APNIC are offering a day of DNS/DNSSEC trainingon November 8, 2013. From the abstract:
This course will discuss the concept of DNS Security in detail, mechanisms to authenticate the communication between DNS Servers, mechanisms to establish authenticity, and integrity of DNS data and mechanisms to delegate trust to public keys of third parties.
The outline looks quite interesting:
- DNS concepts
- Forward and Reverse DNS
- DNS Security concepts
- DNS Protocol Vulnerabilities
- Transaction Signatures (TSIG)
- DNS security extensions (DNSSEC)
- Setting up secure zones
- DNSSEC Key management
- DNS and IPv6
(I like that bit at the end about “DNS and IPv6”! 😉 )
For more information such as location and fees, as well as the link for registration, please visit the APNIC web page for this class.