Welcome to the SSR1 Review Implementation Wiki!
On this space you will find information on the implementation initiatives and activities related to the first Security, Stability and Resiliency of the DNS Review.
ALL RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE FIRST SSR REVIEW (SSR1) HAVE BEEN FULLY IMPLEMENTED. NO FURTHER UPDATES TO THE QUARTERLY REPORT BELOW WILL BE POSTED.
20 June 2012 - The Security, Stability and Resiliency of the DNS Review Team (SSR) delivered 28 recommendations to the ICANN Board of Directors. Read the SSR Review Team's recommendations and report here (translations available).
18 October 2012 - The ICANN Board of Directors accepted all 28 SSR Review recommendations and directed the President and CEO to proceed with implementation (read more here).
The implementation of recommendations from the Security, Stability and Resiliency of the DNS Review Team (SSR) began as soon as ICANN’s Board of Directors accepted the recommendations through resolution directing ICANN to begin the work.
For information on the implementation of the 28 recommendations, read the most recent quarterly implementation status report:
Prior Status Reports:
- Implementation Report - March 2017
- Implementation Report - December 2016
- Implementation Report - September 2016
- Implementation Report - June 2016
- Implementation Report - March 2016
- Implementation Report - December 2015
- Implementation Report - September 2015
- Implementation Report - June 2015
- Implementation Report - March 2015
What is SSR Review Team?
To help ensure ICANN's multi-stakeholder model remains transparent and accountable, and to improve its performance, ICANN organizes community reviews of its accountability and transparency commitments no less frequently than every three years, consistent with section 9.1 of the Affirmation of Commitments.
The SSR reviews are performed by volunteer Community members and include the following (or their designated nominees):
- Volunteer community members representing the relevant Supporting Organizations and Advisory Committees of ICANN;
- Ex‐officio members;
- Independent experts.
The first review completed under the AoC contained 28 recommendations.