[NA-Discuss] Joint DNS Security and Stability Analysis Working Group (DSSA Working Group)
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Tue Jan 11 19:15:40 UTC 2011
Eric I would Expect ALAC to appoint reps in their Jan Meeting but am
copying to ExCom list to ensure a cross regional call goes out for
volunteers... Noting that they need to meet criteria...
On 12 January 2011 02:58, Eric Brunner-Williams <ebw at abenaki.wabanaki.net>wrote:
> One thing I've not yet seen on an ALAC mailing list (this one or the
> at-large at atlarge-lists.icann.org list) is mention of the Call for
> volunteers to Joint DNS Security and Stability Analysis Working Group
> Have I missed looking in the right place?
> Here is an announcement from the ccNSO-members list, forwarded via the
> AfTLD-Discuss list, of which I am a subscriber.
> > As you may recall, the ccNSO council has adopted the charter of the Joint
> > DNS Security and Stability Analysis Working Group (DSSA Working Group).
> > objective of this working group is to:
> > - examine the level, frequency and severity of threats to the DNS;
> > - the current efforts and activities to mitigate these threats; and
> > - identify possible gaps in the current security response to DNS issues.
> > The Charter is available at
> > http://www.ccnso.icann.org/announcements/announcement-15nov10-en.htm
> > As this charter was also adopted by the ALAC and GNSO and is in the
> > of being adopted by the NRO, we are now calling for volunteers from the
> > ccTLD community to join the DSSA Working Group.
> > If you would like to become a member of the DSSA WG, please note that
> > following membership criteria apply:
> > 1) You should have knowledge or expertise of the objectives of the DSSA
> > Working Group
> > 2) You should be prepared to actively participate in the activities of
> > working group on an ongoing and long-term basis.
> > 3) You should be prepared, if required, to sign a a Formal Affirmation of
> > Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure paper (see Annex B of Charter) and/or
> > Non-Disclosure Agreement. The WG might want to set up a sub-working group
> > access confidential or proprietary information. If you want to
> > in such a sub-working group you will most likely be be required to sign
> > or both of the aforementioned agreements in order to ensure access to and
> > protection of confidential information.
> > If you are interested in joining this Working Group, we also need a
> > Statement of Interest, containing following information:
> > - Current vocation, employer and position
> > - Type of work performed
> > - Identify any financial ownership or senior management/leadership
> > interest in that are interested parties in DSSA related topics.
> > - Identify any type of commercial or non-commercial interest in DSSA
> > topics. Are you representing other parties? Describe any
> > arrangements/agreements between you and any other group, constituency or
> > person(s) regarding your nomination/selection as a work team member.
> > - DSSA Working Group members are expected to demonstrate knowledge or
> > expertise aspects of the objectives of the DSSA Working Group. Please,
> > identify any knowledge, expertise or experience you have that would be
> > relevant to the work of the DSSA Working Group.
> > - Describe any tangible or intangible benefit that you receive from
> > participation in such processes, for example, if you are an academic or
> > and use your position to advance your ability to participate, this should
> > a part of the statement of interest, just as should employment by an
> > organisation that has an interest in DNSSA Working Group outcomes.
> > The Statement of Interest will be posted on the DSSA Working Group
> > You do not need to be a ccNSO member to join the group!
> > If you are interested in joining the DSSA Working Group, please let me
> > your statement by the 17 January 2011, at the latest.
> > The ccNSO Council will consider the applications and then formally
> > the Working Group members.
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