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ICANN Security and Stability Advisory Committee. ICANN Meetings Rio de Janeiro March 26, 2003. Steve Crocker, Chair Alain Aina Jaap Akkerhuis Doug Barton Steven M. Bellovin Rob Blokzijl David R. Conrad Mark Kosters Allison Mankin Ram Mohan. Russ Mundy Jun Murai

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Icann security and stability advisory committee

ICANN Security and StabilityAdvisory Committee

ICANN Meetings

Rio de Janeiro

March 26, 2003


Committee

Steve Crocker, Chair

Alain Aina

Jaap Akkerhuis

Doug Barton

Steven M. Bellovin

Rob Blokzijl

David R. Conrad

Mark Kosters

Allison Mankin

Ram Mohan

Russ Mundy

Jun Murai

Frederico A.C. Neves

Ray Plzak

Doron Shikmoni

Ken Silva

Bruce Tonkin

Paul Vixie

Rick Wesson

Johan Ihren (observer)

Committee

Staff support: Jim Galvin


Committee strengths

Committee Strengths

  • Root Server Operators

  • gTLD Operators

  • ccTLD Operators

  • Name Space Registries

  • Regional Internet Registries (RIRs)

  • Registrars

  • Internet Security

    No policy or political members(!)


Roles

Roles

  • Respond to board queries and tasks

  • Choose topics to probe

  • Report to board and to larger community

  • Build and maintain a perspective on Internet security


Icann security and stability advisory committee

CERT

ICANNSecurity and StabilityAdvisory Committee

AUCERT

NANOG

IETF

IAB


Process

Process

  • Respond to queries from the board

  • Select tasks for coordination and advice

  • Publish short and long documents as available

  • Work closely with other groups, e.g. RSSAC, ccTLD group, GAC, etc.

    • Liaisons, regular reporting

  • Focus on content, not territory or limelight


Activities

Activities

  • Securing the Edge

  • WHOIS recommendation

  • ccTLD name transfer procedure

  • VGRS advice

  • DNSSEC assessment

  • Overall security assessment

  • IPv6 transition assessment


Sac comments on gtld whois

SAC comments on gTLD Whois

  • To ICANN

    • Last verified date

    • Privacy is needed

    • Standard format be developed

  • To IANA

    • Publicly available list of WHOIS servers


Cctld nameserver change

ccTLD Nameserver Change

  • "Procedures for Handling Requests by ccTLD Managers to Change Nameservers" now posted at www.iana.org/cctld/nameserver-change-procedures-19mar03.htm

  • Joint effort of IANA, ccTLD, SECSAC


Cctld follow up

ccTLD Follow-up

  • Revision of procedures as experience is gained

    • Reduce ambiguity

    • Understand and codify exception handling

  • Work with parties on automation of process including authentication


Communications

Communications

  • Response to board

  • Public reports

  • Informal interaction with anyone

  • Tasks and reports with other groups

    • ccTLD, Whois, GAC

  • Documents


Secsac documents

SECSAC Documents

www.icann.org/committees/security

[SAC004] - Securing the Edge (17 October 2003)

www.icann.org/committees/security/sac004.pdf

[SAC003] - WHOIS Recommendation (1 December 2002)

www.icann.org/committees/security/sac003.pdf

[SAC002] - ICANN DNS Security Update (4 January 2002)

www.icann.org/committees/security/sac002.htm

[SAC001] - DNS Security Reading List (November 2001)

www.icann.org/committees/security/sac001.htm


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