Public Interest Registry Names Five New Members to its Advisory Council
Public Interest Registry (PIR) announced today the selection of five new members to its PIR Advisory Council, which is composed of leaders and activists from a broad spectrum of mission-driven organizations around the world.
Public Interest Registry Unveils Winners of the 4th Annual .ORG Impact Awards
Public Interest Registry (PIR), the people behind the .ORG Family of Domains, today has named the winners of the 4th annual .ORG Impact Awards, which honor and celebrate outstanding mission-driven organizations and individuals working to make the world a better place.
Public Interest Registry (PIR), the People behind .ORG, today named the finalists for the 4th annual .ORG Impact Awards. The program honors and celebrates inspiring mission-driven organizations and leaders from around the globe that not only demonstrate a passion for making the world a better place, but also work tirelessly to create a positive impact in their communities.
What are high level concerns for registrars for DNSSEC?
You must actively maintain the extra DNSSEC data, including securing the DNSSEC private key data used to sign zones.
If the key information is compromised, you must take immediate action to rollover (replace) the key.
You may have to educate your customers on how to make their software DNSSEC-aware.
There have been a few reported cases of bugs in network gear, such as routers, switches, and wireless access points that require end-users to upgrade their network gear in order to resolve signed domain names.