ICANN: DNS Risk Management Framework Report

ICANN logoPurpose (Brief): The Board-level DNS Risk Management Framework Working Group (DNS RMF WG) has received a final report from Westlake Governance following the ICANN Durban meeting. The Working Group is initiating a public comment cycle on the DNS Risk Management Framework report prior to sending the Framework to the ICANN Board and staff for implementation. Public comments are welcomed on the document and proposed approach to risk management for the areas described in the report.
Current Status: The draft Framework was presented at the ICANN Beijing meeting. A draft report was delivered for the ICANN Durban meeting, and the DNS RMF WG has opened the document to a public comment cycle.
Next Steps:

Following public comment, the Framework report will be delivered to the ICANN Board and staff for implementation.

 

Detailed Information
Section I: Description, Explanation, and Purpose:

The DNS Risk Management Framework Working Group (DNS RMF WG) has received the following report prepared by Westlake Governance on a DNS Risk Management Framework for ICANN. A draft of the report was presented to the community at the ICANN Durban meeting. The Framework report has been revised, and the Working Group is now initiating a public comment cycle on the DNS Risk Management Framework Report.

At the conclusion of the public comment cycle, the Working Group will recommend to the ICANN Board that the DNS Risk Management Framework be transitioned to ICANN staff for implementation. Ongoing oversight of the DNS Risk Management Framework will be handled by the Board Risk Committee.

Draft ICANN DNS Risk Management Framework [PDF, 2.88 MB]

Section II: Background:

Background on the DNS RMF WG can be found at www.icann.org/en/groups/other/dns-risk-mgmt.

Section III: Document and Resource Links:

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Section IV: Additional Information:

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(*) 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.

Comment / Reply Periods (*)
Comment Open Date:
23 August 2013
Comment Close Date:
13 September 2013 – 23:59 UTC
Reply Open Date:
14 September 2013
Reply Close Date:
5 October 2013 – 23:59 UTC
Important Information Links

This ICANN announcement was sourced from:
www.icann.org/en/news/public-comment/dns-rmf-final-23aug13-en.htm