|Comment/Reply Periods (*)||Important Information Links|
|Comment Open:||14 August 2012|
|Comment Close:||13 September 2012|
|Close Time (UTC):||23:59 UTC||Public Comment Announcement|
|Reply Open:||14 September 2012||To Submit Your Comments (Forum)|
|Reply Close:||21 October 2012||View Comments Submitted|
|Close Time (UTC):||23:59 UTC||Report of Public Comments|
|Originating Organization:||DNS Security & Stability Analysis Working Group|
|Purpose (Brief):||The DNS Security & Stability Analysis (DSSA) Working Group is seeking community comment on its Phase 1 Report. The Report was originally published on 15 June 2012 prior to the ICANN meeting in Prague, Czech Republic. The goal of the report is to bring forward for the community the work that theDSSA has completed to date and describe the work that remains.|
|Current Status:||Open for public comment|
|Next Steps:||The DSSA Working Group intends to perform a proof of concept to refine and streamline the methodology on one broad risk-scenario topic with the goal of reducing cycle time and making it more accessible to the broader community. Public comment on the Phase 1 Report will be used to focus attention of the DSSA Working Group on specific work areas and refinement of the methodology.|
|Staff Contact:||Patrick Jones||Email:||email@example.com|
|Section I: Description, Explanation, and Purpose|
This is the first of two reports from the DNS Security & Stability Analysis Working Group. The goal of this document is to bring forward the substantial work that has been completed to date and describe the work that remains. This has been in many respects a “pioneering” cross-constituency security-assessment effort that has developed knowledge and processes that others will hopefully find helpful and can be reused in the future.
The DSSA has:
Work that remains:
Public comment is sought on the Phase 1 Report.
|Section II: Background|
The objective of the DSSA Working Group is to draw upon the collective expertise of the participating SOs and ACs, solicit expert input and advice and report to the respective participating SOs and ACs on: The actual level, frequency and severity of threats to the DNS.
The DSSA Working Group was originally published on 15 June 2012 prior to the ICANN Prague meeting. The report was discussed at the DSSA Working Group open session in Prague, and details on that meeting can be found athttp://prague44.icann.org/node/31805.
|Section III: Document and Resource Links|
|DSSA Working Group Phase 1 Report [PDF, 4.57 MB]|
|Section IV: Additional Information|
(*) Comments submitted after the posted Close Date/Time are not guaranteed to be considered in any final summary, analysis, reporting, or decision-making that takes place once this period lapses.