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Register Now to Participate in the 7th Middle East Virtual DNS Forum

ISTANBUL - 11 mars 2021

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The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) announced the resumption of the seventh Middle East DNS Forum (MEDNSF), postponed last year. The event, organized by ICANN and hosted by the Saudi Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC), will be held virtually from 5-7 April this year.

The Forum features presentations and panel discussions on topics ranging from the growing demand for Domain Name System (DNS) security, opportunities and challenges in the domain name industry, and the importance and benefits of using the Arabic script on the Internet.

ICANN's Chief Technology Officer David Conrad will give a keynote on the "DNS of Tomorrow" discussing the current DNS landscape and ecosystem, emerging standards and challenges (including the DNS Over HTTPS (DoH) and DNS over TLS (DoT)), and other emerging technologies' potential impact on the DNS.

To register and view the full agenda, please click here.

For more information or inquiries, please contact meac.swg@icann.org.

The Middle East DNS Forum (MEDNSF) was created to help support the regional domain name industry. This initiative was part of ICANN's Engagement Strategy in the Middle East for 2013-2016, created by the regional community in 2013. The Forum is aimed at increasing regional stakeholders' knowledge of the Domain Name System. Since its inception in 2014, the Middle East DNS Forum has been held in the UAE (2014), Jordan (2015), Tunisia (2016), Egypt (2017), Turkey (2018), and UAE (2019).

Media Contacts:

Luna Madi
Communications Director, EMEA
Istanbul, Turkey
Tel: +90 533 0313505
Email: luna.madi@icann.org

À propos de l’ICANN

La mission de l’ICANN est de garantir un Internet mondial sûr, stable et unifié. Pour contacter une personne sur Internet, vous devez saisir une adresse sur votre ordinateur ou autre dispositif : un nom ou un numéro. Cette adresse doit être unique pour permettre aux ordinateurs de s'identifier entre eux. L'ICANN coordonne ces identificateurs uniques à l'échelle mondiale. La société ICANN a été fondée en 1998 en tant qu’organisation à but non lucratif, reconnue d’utilité publique. Elle rassemble au sein de sa communauté des participants du monde entier.