Essential elements of ICANN’s commitment to enhance the operational stability, reliability, resiliency, security, and global interoperability of the Internet identifiers that ICANN coordinates.
ICANN’s FY15-16 Identifier Systems Security, Stability and Resiliency Framework defines the SSR elements as:
- Security – the capacity to protect Internet Identifier Systems and prevent misuse.
- Stability – the capacity to ensure that Internet Identifier Systems operate as expected, and that users of these systems have confidence that the systems operate as expected or intended.
- Resiliency – the capacity of Internet Identifier Systems to effectively withstand, tolerate, or survive malicious attacks and other disruptive events without interruption or cessation of service.