OUR TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION PROGRAM HELPS TO DEVELOP NEW PRODUCTS AND ADVANCING TECHNOLOGY
We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with researchers on a wide range of research topics.
Some of our areas of interest are:
- Current and future DNS
- Detection, analysis and mitigation of malicious activities on the Internet
- Future Internet architectures, including Named Data Networking
- Internet infrastructure protection
- Operational and research analysis of the DNS ecosystem
Colorado State University Computer Science Department
Colorado State University Computer Science Department is working with Verisign researchers to explore joint research projects focused on Internet infrastructure topics.
Stichting NLnet Labs (NLnet Labs for short) is a not-for-profit foundation founded in 1999 in the Netherlands. Its statutes define its objectives: to develop Open Source software and open standards for the benefit of the Internet. NLnet Labs' mission is: To provide globally recognized innovations and expertise for those technologies that turn a network of networks into an Open Internet for All. Verisign Labs collaborates with NLNet Labs on multiple topics in DNS open source and innovation, including getdnsapi.
Georgia Tech ISC
Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC) has a research focus on strategies for detecting emerging cybersecurity threats and techniques for countering large-scale attacks. Verisign Labs collaborates with Georgia Tech on a range of research including the tracking of spam campaigns and the identification of infrastructure dedicated to malicious purposes.
University of Michigan
Verisign Labs is working with the University of Michigan Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department on infrastructure security and DNS topics.
The St Andrews (Scotland) School of Computer Science is a centre for computer science teaching and research, with staff and students from Scotland and all parts of the world. Verisign Labs and St. Andrews collaborate on exploring the role of the DNS in the experimental future routing system, Identifier-Locator Network Protocol (ILNP).
UCLA's Computer Science Department
UCLA's Computer Science Department is a center for computer science research, covering such diverse areas as artificial intelligence; architecture; computational biology; information and data management; networks; software systems, theory; and vision and graphic.
University of California, Irvine
Verisign Labs is working with UCI on the efficient cryptographic techniques to support privacy in TLS/SSL.
University of Fribourg
University of Fribourg Department of Informatics is working with Verisign researchers in Switzerland to explore research topics in a variety of domain naming and analysis topics.
George Mason University
Verisign Labs is working with George Mason Computer Science Department on the measurement and analysis of DDoS.
Brigham Young University
Verisign Labs is collaborating with BYU on detecting and quantifying abusive SMTP traffic over IPv6.
Verisign Labs is collaborating with the Boston University Computer Science Department on DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC).
Verisign and Cornell Tech are collaborating to study the use of client puzzles for DNS-over-TLS.
Rutgers University is working with Verisign Labs researchers on differential privacy and anomaly detection.