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DNSSEC/FISMA Seminar in Washington, D.C. to Feature DNS Security Experts From NIST, Microsoft and Secure64
Jul 15, 2010 (02:07 PM EDT)
Join NIST's Scott Rose, Microsoft's Bill Billings and Secure64 on July 27th as They Decode FISMA and DNSSEC at the Spy Museum
WASHINGTON, July 15 /PRNewswire/ --
What Attendees Will Learn:
Three of the foremost experts in DNS security and DNSSEC implementations will share information, practical advice and best practices with attendees of this morning seminar. The presentations and Q&A session will provide IT professionals at federal agencies with successful strategies for achieving compliance with the federal mandates to increase the security of their IT networks.
OMB mandate M-08-23 required all federal agencies to deploy DNSSEC on their external domains by December 2009, and FISMA extends this requirement to include DNSSEC deployment on internal networks, yet most agencies are either unaware of these requirements, or struggle with DNSSEC deployment complexity.
Attendees will learn about the following:
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About the Host:
Headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado, Secure64 is a software company offering high-performance DNS server software that makes the DNS trustworthy and secure. Secure64 currently offers three DNS appliances based on the company's patented technology. Secure64 DNS Signer is the first DNSSEC signing software to make DNSSEC deployment simple and secure. Secure64 DNS Authority is secure DNS server software that is available at all times – even during network attacks or restarts. And Secure64 DNS Cache is a high-performing DNS caching solution that offers the greatest protection against cache poisoning attacks. For more information, visit http://www.secure64.com.