The DNS track at NANOG provides a forum for attendees to present and discuss recent and relevant topics in DNS, including: operational experience and advice, secur …
|Talk Title||DNS Track|
|Speakers||Duane Wessels (Verisign) , Casey Deccio (Verisign Labs)|
|Date||Jun 13 2016 - Jun 15 2016|
|Slides||Talk Slides Talk Slides Talk Slides Talk Slides Talk Slides Talk Slides|
The DNS track at NANOG provides a forum for attendees to present and discuss recent and relevant topics in DNS, including: operational experience and advice, security incidents (ongoing or one-time), recent protocol developments, and new research. Kazunori Fujiwara is a Senior Researcher at JPRS (Japan Registry Services Co., Ltd) working on DNS protocol and DNS measurement. He will present DNS query trends seen at Root and JP, (the analysis of packet capture data of root DNS servers and JP DNS servers). Casey Deccio is a Senior Research Scientist at Verisign Labs working on DNS measurement, diagostics, and deployment. He will present on Multi-Vantage Point Diagnostics and Measurement using DNS looking glass techniques. Yacin Nadji is a postdoctoral researcher at Georgia Tech and co-founder of Netrisk working on network-based device/service identification and network risk analysis. He will present on how to classify devices, and discover new ones, using streams of DNS data. Duane Wessels is a Principal Operations Engineer at Verisign. He will moderate the track and present on Increasing the Zone Signing Key Size for the Root Zone. Edward Lewis is a Senior Technologist in the Office of the CTO at ICANN. He will give a brief overview of the upcoming Root Zone KSK rollover.