Training: XC01 Deploying DNSSEC
XC01 – DNSSEC Theory and Manual Signing (2 Days)
In this course the students will learn about DNSSEC.
DNSSEC is the Domain Name Systems SECurity system, recently published as RFC4033, RFC4034, and RFC4035. (Previously as RFC2535). The DNS Security extensions provide for data origin authentication, and provides the highest assurance against name based attacks on the Internet.
At the end of the course the students will have a deep understanding of the threats to DNS, the present dangers of an insecure DNS, and the types of assurances & security that DNSSEC provides.
The students will learn to install and configure common Unix-based DNSSEC software, and how to setup a secure hierarchy. Students will learn how to do key enrollment, and operational procedures for managing and signing zones.
This is a hands on course.
- Familiarity installing Unix tools from C source (make/shell)
- TCP/IP networking
Upcomming Dates Location Register
Feb 23 2012 Toronto $ 2,000
Nov 24 2011 Ottawa $ 2,000
Jan 19 2012 Ottawa $ 2,000