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Jeff Schmidt to Present Name Collision Management Framework at Research Workshop

Mitigating the Risk of DNS Namespace Collisions – Presented by Jeff Schmidt, CEO of JAS Global Advisors (Download PDF)I’m delighted to announce that the name collisions workshop this weekend will include Jeff Schmidt, CEO of JAS Global Advisors, presenting the Name Collision Occurrence Management Framework that his firm just released for public review.

Jeff’s presentation is one of several on the program announced by the program committee for the Workshop and Prize on Root Causes and Mitigations of Name Collisions (WPNC).

The program starts with a keynote presentation by Bruce Schneier, and will also include research papers and invited panels on various aspects and implications of the name collisions issue.

As a gathering of researchers and practitioners with broad expertise in DNS, network operations and Internet systems, the workshop provides an ideal venue for community engagement on the proposals in the new framework document, as well as on solutions to the issue more generally.

Thanks to the program committee for their careful review of the papers submitted to the workshop and the well-rounded program for the event, which runs March 8-10. To register to attend, visit namecollisions.net/registration.

By Dr. Burt Kaliski Jr., Senior VP and Chief Technology Officer at Verisign

He leads Verisign’s long-term research program. Through the program’s innovation initiatives, the CTO organization, in collaboration with business and technology leaders across the company, explores emerging technologies, assesses their impact on the company’s business, prototypes and evaluates new concepts, and recommends new strategies and solutions. Burt is also responsible for the company’s industry standards engagements, university collaborations and technical community programs.

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