Webinar: Interesting ICANN Internet Measurement Results
NIC together with ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) are offering a series of webinars and online trainings primarily aimed at the Internet Community in Central Europe and the Baltics. This series will cover topics like DNSSEC, Challenges with Alternative Name Systems and ICANN measurement results - ITHI, DAAR, DNSTICR.
Webinar: “Interesting ICANN Internet Measurement Results”
Date: 15 Dec 2022 (Thursday) Time: from 12:00 till 13:00 (UTC), 14:00 – 15:00 (LV time) Speakers:Alain Durand, ICANN Principal Technologist and Siôn Lloyd, ICANN Lead Security, Stability & Resiliency Specialist
Internet activities can be measured from many different angles and in many ways. ICANN is one of many bodies that is keeping an eye on how the Internet is doing and performing. This webinar will present the measurements and results of three ICANN initiatives:
Domain Abuse Activity Reporting (DAAR),
Identifier Technologies Health Indicators (ITHI)
and Domain Name Security Threat Information Collection & Reporting (DNSTICR).
Thanks to everyone who participated in our previous webinars:
“RESOLVER USAGE IN THE EU”: In January 2022, ICANN’s Office of the Chief Technical Officer (OCTO) observed that 95% of consumers served by large European Union (EU) consumer ISPs are using their ISP- provided Domain Name System (DNS) resolvers. Only about 4% of consumers served by large EU consumer ISPs are using public resolvers such as Google Public DNS (3%), Cloudflare (0.6%), and Cisco OpenDNS (0.4%). This talk will explore those findings in more details. Video recording available here.
“DNSSEC 101”: To protect DNS data, it is important for DNS operators to understand DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC). This course discuses the DNSSEC concepts in detail covering the signing and validation of DNS data. Vide recording available here.
“CHALLENGES WITH ALTERNATIVE NAME SYSTEMS”: where presenters analyzed the technical issues faced when deploying alternative name spaces in parallel to the DNS. In particular, the presentation will explore the issue of name collision. Vide recording available here.