This course discusses best practices in handling DNS abuse and various tools to identify such abuses related to DNS. The course also covers how law enforcement authorities can engage with ICANN. The target audience for this training are Law Enforcement personnel who are involved in handling abuses related to Internet…Read More
24 May 2022 – For those impacted by DNS Abuse, reporting it is difficult, requires technical understanding, and has no standards across the DNS ecosystem. The DNS Abuse Institute is working to simplify the process with the upcoming launch of it’s NetBeacon service. The NetBeacon service is being built by…Read More
ICANN’s Office of the CTO offers the course, “DNS for ISPs”, a fast-paced, intense two-hour webinar covering myriad topics of DNS configuration and DNS security and monitoring intended for network engineers who are operating a service provider network.
During this event, we will discuss the DNS ecosystem: its vulnerabilities as highlighted by big events, some mitigations to thwart attacks, and the future of DNS security in a world filled with miniature connected devices. This course will cover the best practices in securing the overall ecosystem of DNS, from…Read More
This webinar will cover the fundamentals of what DNSSEC is, why it is important, and will give an overview of all its technical components. You will learn about the DNS resource record types that DNSSEC uses, as well as information about how DNSSEC uses cryptographic signing keys to keep our…Read More
The topDNS Best Practice Webinar on “Standards and Frameworks for Evidencing Abuse Online” was held as part two of the series on 13 July 2023. You can download the summary report of the webinar here.
The eco initiative topDNS has published an Abuse Table to provide guidance on which cyber threats are considered to be abuse of the Domain Name System – and which are not.
In November 2022, eco’s topDNS Initiative invited about 30 experts, including representatives of three different Directorate Generals by the EU Commission, to a workshop in Brussels to work together on a secure future for the DNS (Domain Name System). The topDNS Initiative has now published its 28-page final report.
Vanda Scartezini, the co-founder of DNS Women, highlights how we need to delve deeply into cultural behavior to see as many women as men employed in tech.