.ORG, The Public Interest Registry is pleased to announce of first guest blogger for our DNSSEC FUD series. John Kristoff works as a research analyst for Team Cymru, a Internet Security Research company based in Chicago specializing in the 'who' and the 'why' of Internet crime. If you haven't visited their (recently revamped) site recently please do so for details on the extensive work they do for the security community as well as further advice, data and tips to help you make your network more secure. John is our first guest blogger for our series "DNSSEC FUD Busters" and we are excited to have him share on the .ORG Blog.
John's posting provides you with some practical guidance in evaluating your own DNS implementation from a security perspective. There is a lot of FUD on the street regarding DNSSEC being overly complicated. For those out there who are in panic mode at the thought of your DNSSEC implementation this is a must read. Just read, breath and don't panic.
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|Cybersquatting||Policy & Regulation|
|DNS Security||Registry Services|
|IP Addressing||White Space|
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