Securing the Internet's DNS: Internet's .arpa, .org, and .uk domains soon to adopt DNSSEC

The Internet is slowly inching closer to ratcheting up the security of its Domain Name System (DNS) server architecture: ICANN plans to go operational with the secure DNS technology, DNSSEC, later this year in one of its domains reports Dark Reading.
According to the Dark Reading story, ICANN officials said the organization plans to add DNSSEC to its .arpa Internet domain servers, and that the .org domain servers (run by PIR) as well as the .uk servers also will go DNSSEC soon. Country domains .swe (Sweden), .br (Brazil), and .bg (Bulgaria ) already run the secure version of DNS for their domain servers.
The full story in Dark Reading is available from