TYPO3 Online Days - Event Day #5
Since the COVID-19 pandemic is still ongoing, it’s a shame that we cannot meet in person. It's all about health first. Therefore, the provisional TYPO3 Event Committee decided not to realize on-location events this year. Against that background, the TYPO3 Developer Days and the TYPO3 Conference incl. the TYPO3 Award Show had to be postponed to 2022. Instead of having physical events, we work on a virtual online event series - the TYPO3 Online Days 2021.
date 2021/09/30 placeWebinar
Workshop: DNS for Internet Service Providers
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. Topics include the benefits and challenges of operating open vs. closed DNS resolvers, best practices for operating a DNSSEC-validating resolver, discussions of encrypted DNS protocols like DNS-over-HTTPS and DNS-over-TLS, introducing the concept of running your own local copy of the root zone, reverse DNS considerations, and a discussion about the confluence of routing security (RPKI) with DNS operations.
date 2021/04/22 placeOnline
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CloudFest returns on an all-digital platform amid a global pandemic as we take stock of the strengths, weaknesses, risks, and opportunities that are revealed by a globe-spanning threat like COVID-19. The internet has delivered when it was needed most, just as its architects predicted—now let’s take it to the next level.
date 2021/03/23 to 2021/03/25 placeOnline Event
Global Encryption Coalition Webinar: Government Hacking
In recent months, governments’ technical capabilities to search mobile devices has come under greater scrutiny. Newly published research from academics and organizations like Upturn have cast new light on how governments may be gaining access to mobile devices and its consequences. The American Civil Liberties Union has also launched a lawsuit against the FBI, demanding they disclose records of its “technological capabilities for retrieving information from locked electronic devices.” At the same time, across the Atlantic, Europol has seemed to pour resources into government hacking with the launch of its new “Decryption Platform.” In this virtual panel hosted by the Global Encryption Coalition, experts from academia and civil society will discuss recent revelations around government hacking, its consequences for security and privacy, and its influence on the debate around end-to-end encryption.
date 2021/02/25 placeWebinar