ISOC submits comments to the United States government inquiry on implementing DNSSEC to enhance DNS security and stability

 

www.isoc.org  24.11.2008

The Internet Society today submitted comments to the United States National Telecommunications and Information Administration, in response to a Notice of Inquiry on "Enhancing the Security and Stability of the Internet's Domain Name and Addressing System." Before developing the submission, ISOC management sought inputs from the organization's global membership. The final version reflects comments provided during several review sessions held during the ISOC Board of Trustees' meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota on November 22-23, 2008. The text of the submission is available here. Comments submitted by others, including the Internet Architecture Board, may be found on the NTIA website.

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Further details
Scott Hoyt
Vice President, Strategic Communications and Business Planning
E-mail: hoyt@isoc.org
Telephone: +1-703-439-2120 x2142
1775 Wiehle Avenue
Suite 201
Reston, VA
20190-5108 USA
or
Gerard Ross
Senior Communications Manager, Internet Society
E-mail: ross@isoc.org
Telephone: +41-228-071-444 x2261
4, rue des Falaises
CH-1205-Geneva
Switzerland