DoH Policy Conference: What 's next for DNS-over-HTTPS

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81 Newgate Street

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EC1A 7AJ

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The conference features panel debates and expert talks on the interaction between DoH and the wider internet ecosystem.

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DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) has captured the attention of politicians, the media and most crucially the technology and internet sector. This conference will feature panel debates and expert talks on the interaction between DoH and issues such as cyber security, network management and the wider approach to internet regulation.

Taking place shortly after IETF 106 in Singapore, the event will provide an opportunity to reflect on discussions that have taken place at international level and bring together ISPs, platforms, policy makers and regulators to discuss DoH and how this new standard should be implemented in Europe.

Draft Agenda*

1:00pm: Registration and Networking

1:30pm: Welcome

1:40pm: The international dimension - IETF & EDDI

  • Glenn Deen, Distinguished Engineer at Comcast
  • Paul Vixie, CEO at Farsight Security

2:30pm: A view from Brussels

  • Paolo Grassia Director of Public Policy, ETNO

2:50pm: Break and networking

3:15 pm: Eric Rescorla, CTO at Firefox

3:40pm: Martin J. Levy, Distinguished Engineer at Cloudflare

4:05pm: Panel debate Moving towards implementing DoH

  • Adam Kinsley, Director of Policy at Sky
  • Vittoria Bertola, Head of Policy and Innovation at Open-Xchange
  • Mallory Knodel, Head of Digital at Article 19
  • Mike Blanche, Head of Telecoms Strategic Relationships at Google
  • Andrew Campling, 419 Consulting (Chair)

5:05pm: Closing comments

5:15pm: Post Event Networking

7:30pm: Exit

*timings subject to change

The conference is co-organised by ISPA & 419 Consulting with the support of:

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BT Centre

81 Newgate Street

London

EC1A 7AJ

United Kingdom

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