The annual and largest domain name conference for the European German-speaking ccTLD registries, hosted alternately by nic.at, SWITCH and DENIC, Domain Pulse, will be held in the Swiss city of Winterthur in February 2023, barring COVID or other delays.
The conference, organised next year by the country code top-level domain (ccTLDs) registry for .ch (Switzerland) and .li (Liechtenstein), SWITCH, will be held at the Kirchgemeindehaus Liebestrasse in Winterthur, about 25 kilometres north-east of the Swiss capital Zürich on 6 and 7 February.
On the agenda so far for day one is an annual update on internet governance from Wolfgang Kleinwächter titled “Critical infrastructure in times of international conflict” as well as presentations on “Stable operation of the internet – resilience against cyber-attacks” by Hans-Peter Käser, Project Leader National Cyber Strategy at Bundesamt für Wirtschaftliche Landesversorgung and a panel discussion, “Stable operation of the internet”.
Day two kicks of with a presentation by APNIC’s Geoff Huston titled “Measurement of a critical infrastructure” with other sessions on “Rules for algorithms”, an update from the Swiss, German and Austrian ccTLD registries and finally a handover to nic.at who will announce the venue for the 2024 event in Austria.
As always, there’s a great evening event to round out day one, next year at the Restaurant National. And networking with one’s peers is one of the highlights.
For more details including registration, the full agenda and conference hotels, go to: https://www.domainpulse.ch/