Good evening ladies and gen­tle­men. This is a very great hon­or and I’m proud, hon­ored, but not so lit­tle sur­prised to be here. But still, even though I’m not a trou­ble­mak­er, I may well not be an evan­ge­list, but I’m a real­ly real­ly stub­born lady. And I’ve been work­ing with DNSSEC since 1999, when I start­ed my first project in that area. And we signed the Swedish top-level domain, 2005, being the first one. And then I pushed the oth­ers in front of me, try­ing hard to get them to fol­low us. And today I would say that DNSSEC is oper­a­tional. It’s day-to-day busi­ness. And I’m very glad to see that hap­pen because you know what? DNS is a won­der­ful piece of engi­neer­ing art, and we need to pro­tect it as good as we can. So thank you very much for hav­ing me here. And what I am doing every day is a reward in itself. Getting award­ed for it is even bet­ter. Thank you.

Further Reference

Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder profile, Internet Hall of Fame 2013


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