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With the recent signing of the root and many top level domains including .com, DNSSEC management got a little easier. But it's still very complex, especially for DNS engineers, who are likely not cryptography experts. This informative white paper provides an overview of asymmetric key cryptography functions then explains how these functions are applied to DNS data to support DNSSEC. The white paper also discusses implementation steps for DNSSEC as well as ongoing management tasks that are required to maintain security.