Join OTA and industry leaders for a discussion on the risk and consequences of domain collisions resulting from the delegation of new gTLDs. This full-day multi-stakeholder workshop will review the open issues and help develop remediation plans to address the impending risk of Domain Collision. Not unlike Y2K and the recent efforts to address the threats of DNSChanger exploit, the business community, industry and infrastructure providers need to work together to understand the risks and how to prepare for them.
AGENDA, SPEAKER BIOS & PRESENTATIONS
|8:00 AM||Registration & Breakfast|
|9:00 AM||Welcome - Opening Keynote|
|Setting the Stage – Overview of gTLD expansion, plus advice from SSSAC, GAC, and ICANN Community|
|Working Session: Probability & Consequences of Name Collisions|
|Working Session: Technical Discussion – ICANN's Collision Management Proposal|
|Lunch & Keynote: Lessons Learned from Y2K|
|Working Session: Mitigation of Collisions on ISPs, Infrastructure Providers & Business|
|Working Session: What Happens After Delegations Begin?|
|Open Dialog & Audience Discussion: The Way Forward|
|Wrap Up & Next Steps|
To learn more visit the OTA site for Resources & Position Papers.
Remote participation capabilities will be provided. For details email email@example.com. Day of event please call 571-271-5807.
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The Online Trust Alliance (OTA)
OTA's mission is to enhance online trust, while promoting innovation and the vitality of the internet. Founded in 2005, OTA’s goal is to help educate businesses and policy makers, developing best practices to enhance the protection of users' security and privacy. OTA supports collaborative public-private partnerships, benchmark reporting, meaningful self-regulation and data stewardship. https://otalliance.org