Feb 2 – 4, 2009
Atlanta
US/Eastern timezone
The Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC) and ICANN are holding a two-day Global DNS Security, Stability and Resiliency Symposium in early February 2009. OARC has been invited to coordinate a short technical meeting on February 2nd, the day before the symposium. Participation in the GTISC/ICANN Symposium is by invitation only. Because of limited space and time for the Symposium, the GTISC/ICANN organizers are hoping to direct technical discussion to the Technical Operations day.

Mon Feb 2 Tue Feb 3 Wed Feb 4
Technical
Operations
Meeting
DNS SSR
Symposium
DNS SSR
Symposium
Starts
Ends
US/Eastern
Atlanta

Call For Participation

OARC is seeking technical and operational contributions from its members and others to be presented to the symposium audience. Participation in the Technical Operations Meeting is open to:

  • All DNS-OARC members
  • Anyone willing to present relevant material
  • Others by invitation only

Potential Topics

The following topics are within the scope of this meeting:

  • Case studies of attacks on DNS servers
  • Fast-flux domains
  • Techniques for quickly identifying attack/abuse conditions
  • Evidence of DNS cache poisoning
  • Case studies of DNSSEC deployments
  • Is overprovisioning the best way to survive an attack? What are the minimums and maximums?

If you would like to make a presentation during the Technical Operations day, please contact the OARC Admin before January 16, 2009

 

Date: February 2 (Mon), 2009
Venue: Georgia Institute of Technology Campus
Address: 266 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, GA 30332-0765
Building/Room: Klaus Advanced Computing Building (KACB)
Room 1116 West
Accommodation: Hotel Information