Security Framework Drafting Team to Present Draft Framework for Registry Operators to Respond to Security Threats
LOS ANGELES – 6 July 2017 – The Security Framework Drafting Team (SFDT) consisting of representatives from registries, registrars, the Public Safety Working Group (PSWG), and the ICANN organization today announced it will present the draft Framework document that has been published for public comment. The Framework includes results of a two-year collaborative effort by the SFDT that addresses registries' responses to notifications of security threats.
The objective of this framework is to deliver on the New gTLD Program Committee of the ICANN board's (NGPC) commitment to the GAC regarding ICANN soliciting community participation to develop a framework for how a Registry Operator (RO) may respond to identified security threats.
The meeting will take place on 12 July 2017 at 14:00 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and will be hosted by members of the SFDT to present the draft framework and provide an opportunity for the public to ask questions directly to the SFDT.
The meeting will be presented in English. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions during the meeting using the chat function in Adobe Connect.
Speakers will include:
- Brian Cimbolic, Deputy General Counsel, Public Interest Registry
- Dennis Chang, GDD Services and Engagement Program Director, ICANN
- Iranga Kahangama, GAC PSWG Member; Science and Technology Branch, Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States
- Alan Woods, Compliance Manager, Rightside
Meeting Details & How to Attend
A recording of the webinar will be made available here. https://community.icann.org/display/S1SF/Meetings+Agenda+and+Log#MeetingsAgendaandLog-Futuremeetings:xxJune2017-Webinar;June2017-ICANN59