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"Practice Safe DNS" Campaign Launched to Educate on Securing DNS, Adopting DNSSEC

.ORG, The Public Interest Registry (PIR) has announced today the launch of a new campaign aimed at educating IT professionals about securing DNS and the adoption of Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC). The key purpose of the "Practice Safe DNS” website, according to PIR, is to "serve as a key resource for domain holders, registrars, web developers and IT professionals to learn how they can respectively play a increasingly relevant role in providing a safer and more secure Internet."

The site presents Internet pioneers including Vint Cerf, Steve Crocker, Jim Galvin, Dan Kaminsky, Cricket Liu and Ram Mohan speaking via video testimonials and blogs about the threats lurking in the Internet’s infrastructure and how to best combat them.

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Nice campaign! Christopher Parente  –  Oct 25, 2010 1:08 PM PDT

Nice video PIR! Not easy to make DNS seem sexy. Although I've tried for years.

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