Protect & Advance Your .ORG. Lance Wolak, Director of Marketing, Public Interest Registry with Special Guest, Ram Mohan – CTO for Afilias Ltd. 20 March 2008 – 3:30pm EST. Trends in the .ORG Community Domain Protection Strategies Internationalized Domain Names Are they for you?
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Lance Wolak, Director of Marketing,
Public Interest Registry
with Special Guest, Ram Mohan – CTO for Afilias Ltd.
20 March 2008 – 3:30pm EST
Domain Protection Strategies
Internationalized Domain Names
Are they for you?
Securing Your Core Internet
Convergence and dis-intermediation in media:
One Laptop Per Child
A growing community of people working to create a connected, educated, enlightened future for the world's most essential resource—its children. Nicholas NegroponteFounder and ChairmanOne Laptop Per Child
Well Represented on .ORG
Green Movement / Environmental
Corporate and Individuals “Doing Good”
.ORG is considered the international brand of “Doing Good”
Your .ORG address makes this international brand your brand
“People down here call it ‘the fight of their lives’.”
- Brad PittMIR Founder
1. Verify Registration of your .ORG
2. Verify and update your .ORG Administrative Contacts
3. Check that email contact data is valid
4. Consolidate your domain name management
5. Register your .ORG for the maximum term length
Protect & Advance Your .ORG
Ram Mohan email@example.com
When downtime is not an option
Secure DNS makes a huge difference
Do I already have the answer?
- Send the answer back to resolver
Else, contact Domain Name Server
Find the IP address
Send it back
Am I online?
Where should I go to get my answer?
- My local Internet Service Provider
Source: Allison Mankin
DNSSEC = DNS Security Extensions
If I trust a public key from someone, I can use that key to verify the signature … and authenticate the source