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'''Andrew Sullivan''' has been the Director of [[Dyn Inc.]]'s Dyn Labs since 2012. He is active within the [[IETF]], and Mr. Sullivan is the Principal of an indpendent Consultancy service specializing in IT, the [[DNS]], databases. He has run this consultancy, [[anvilwalrusden]], since 2010.<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewjsullivan AndrewJSullivan, LinkedIn.com]</ref>
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'''Andrew Sullivan''' has been the Director of [[Dyn Inc.]]'s Dyn Labs since 2012. He is active within the [[IETF]], and Mr. Sullivan is the Principal of an indpendent Consultancy service specializing in IT, the [[DNS]], databases. He has run this consultancy, [[anvilwalrusden]], since 2010.<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewjsullivan AndrewJSullivan, LinkedIn.com]</ref> Andrew Sullivan's responsibilities at Dyn include leading next-generation technology projects, and evangelizing their current managed [[DNS]] and E-mail solutions.<ref>[http://dyn.com/introducing-labs-let%E2%80%99s-go-do-some-science/ Introducing Labs Go Do Some Science, Dyn.com]</ref>
  
Previous work includes time spent as an Independent Consultant for [[ICANN]]'s [[Variant Issues Project]] (VIP), and work at [[Afilias]] from 2001 to 2008. During this time he was integral to implementing the [[.info]] TLD and the take over of [[registry]] functions for [[.org]].
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Mr. Sullivan is active within the [[IETF]] and attends those meetings and conferences regularly. He also comes with some regularity to [[ICANN Meetings]].<ref>[[ICANN 42]] Interview</ref> He has been the co-Chair of the [[IETF]]'s [[DNS]] Extensions Working Group,<ref>[http://news.techworld.com/security/107430/ietf-ponders-dns-threat-to-internet/ IETF Ponders DNS Threat to Internet, News.Techworld.com]</ref>, and is currently the co-Chair of its [[SPF]] Update Working Group (SPFBIS).<ref>[ftp://ietf.org/ietf/1wg-summary.txt 1WG-Summary, IETF.org]</ref><ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewjsullivan AndrewJSullivan, LinkedIn.com]</ref> When he became Director of Dyn Labs, it was announced that he would begin to represent the countries at these and other fora, including [[MAAWG]].<ref>[http://dyn.com/introducing-labs-let%E2%80%99s-go-do-some-science/ Introducing Labs Go Do Some Science, Dyn.com]</ref>
 
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Mr. Sullivan is active within the [[IETF]] and attends those meetings and conferences regularly. He also comes with some regularity to [[ICANN Meetings]].<ref>[[ICANN 42]] Interview</ref> He has been the co-Chair of the [[IETF]]'s [[DNS]] Extensions Working Group,<ref>[http://news.techworld.com/security/107430/ietf-ponders-dns-threat-to-internet/ IETF Ponders DNS Threat to Internet, News.Techworld.com]</ref>, and is currently the co-Chair of its [[SPF]] Update Working Group (SPFBIS).<ref>[ftp://ietf.org/ietf/1wg-summary.txt 1WG-Summary, IETF.org]</ref><ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewjsullivan AndrewJSullivan, LinkedIn.com]</ref>
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===Career History===
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Previous work includes time spent as an Independent Consultant for [[ICANN]]'s [[Variant Issues Project]] (VIP), and work at [[Afilias]] from 2001 to 2008. During this time he was integral to implementing the [[.info]] TLD and the take over of [[registry]] functions for [[.org]].  Andrew Sullivan worked as an Internet Scientist at [[Shinkuro, Inc.]] from 2008 to 2011; the company was co-founded and is run by Internet pioneer and [[ICANN Board]]'s current Chair, [[Steve Crocker]]. Andrew worked on a Shinkuro's collaboration platform, [[DNSSEC]] deployment, and private consultation projects.<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewjsullivan AndrewJSullivan, LinkedIn.com]</ref>
 
==Videos==
 
==Videos==
 
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Revision as of 22:51, 1 May 2012

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Country: USA
Email: asullivan [at] dyn.com
LinkedIn: Profile

Andrew Sullivan has been the Director of Dyn Inc.'s Dyn Labs since 2012. He is active within the IETF, and Mr. Sullivan is the Principal of an indpendent Consultancy service specializing in IT, the DNS, databases. He has run this consultancy, anvilwalrusden, since 2010.[1] Andrew Sullivan's responsibilities at Dyn include leading next-generation technology projects, and evangelizing their current managed DNS and E-mail solutions.[2]

Mr. Sullivan is active within the IETF and attends those meetings and conferences regularly. He also comes with some regularity to ICANN Meetings.[3] He has been the co-Chair of the IETF's DNS Extensions Working Group,[4], and is currently the co-Chair of its SPF Update Working Group (SPFBIS).[5][6] When he became Director of Dyn Labs, it was announced that he would begin to represent the countries at these and other fora, including MAAWG.[7]

Career History

Previous work includes time spent as an Independent Consultant for ICANN's Variant Issues Project (VIP), and work at Afilias from 2001 to 2008. During this time he was integral to implementing the .info TLD and the take over of registry functions for .org. Andrew Sullivan worked as an Internet Scientist at Shinkuro, Inc. from 2008 to 2011; the company was co-founded and is run by Internet pioneer and ICANN Board's current Chair, Steve Crocker. Andrew worked on a Shinkuro's collaboration platform, DNSSEC deployment, and private consultation projects.[8]

Videos

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References

  1. AndrewJSullivan, LinkedIn.com
  2. Introducing Labs Go Do Some Science, Dyn.com
  3. ICANN 42 Interview
  4. IETF Ponders DNS Threat to Internet, News.Techworld.com
  5. 1WG-Summary, IETF.org
  6. AndrewJSullivan, LinkedIn.com
  7. Introducing Labs Go Do Some Science, Dyn.com
  8. AndrewJSullivan, LinkedIn.com