ICANN Resolutions » 2001-11-15 - Standing Committee on Security and Stability
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Board directs President to appoint a President's standing committee on the security and stability and to develop a proposed charter for the committee and submit it to the board.
Whereas, this week's program focusing on the security and stability of the Internet's naming and address allocation systems has identified a set of issues, follow-up tasks, and areas of further exploration for ICANN and its constituent organizations, within the scope of ICANN's defined mission and responsibilities,
Resolved [01.117], that the President is directed to appoint a President's standing committee on the security and stability of the Internet's naming and address allocation systems. The President is directed to develop a proposed charter, with at least a focus on risk analysis and auditing thereof, in consultation with the President's standing committee, and to submit it to the Board for its approval.