eLearning

DNSSEC

Start
16:30 - 30 May 2017 (UTC + 10)
End
17:30 - 30 May 2017 (UTC + 10)
Location
Afghanistan
Kabul
Ministry of Communication and Information Technology
First Floor Information System Security Directorate
Street name : Mohammad Jan Khan Watt

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Synopsis

The DNS (or the Domain Name System) is a distributed, hierarchical system for mapping domain names to IP addresses. As it plays a critical role in the functioning of the Internet infrastructure, the DNS is often the target of malicious activities.

This course will outline the DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) protocol that protects against data spoofing.

Fees

Free.

Target audience

This course is aimed at systems administrators and those involved in DNS operations.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of DNS operations is required. It is recommended that participants attend the eDNS01 and eDNS02 courses prior to attending this course.

Course outline

  • Intro to DNS Vulnerabilities
  • How DNSSEC Works
  • Additional Resource Records
  • KSK and ZSK
  • Securing zones with DNNSEC
  • DNSSEC Validation

Maximum number of attendees

10 places available.

Please note

APNIC is pleased to announce that we will be conducting the following webinar with the support of APTLD and .AF ccTLD registry in Afghanistan.

Ministry of Communication of the Government of Afghanistan is hosting this webinar in Kabul and can host 10 extra people who would like to attend in person (at the address shown).

A course completion electronic certificate will be provided after successfully attending this course.

NOTE: Time – 11:00-12:00 (Kabul time UTC+4.30)

 

Local Contact

Email: training@apnic.net