ICANN Perspectives on EU Digital Initiatives: DSA, DMA and Cybersecurity - Shared screen with speaker view
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Helli everyone, greetings from snowy Switzerland
would be good to have the regular zoom room...
Hi all from Serbia
Hi all, very interested to hear the perspectives today!
hello everyone :) !!
Greetings from Seattle.
Right back at you from Redmond
Greetings from the Office of the Ombuds… Bonjour du bureau de l’ombuds
Is there a link to this slide deck?
@Phil we will have a recording of this webinar posted, but had not planned to share the slides as it is really just an early look / quick pass
@All, Please feel free to add your questions to the Q&A pod at the bottom of your screen.
Hello everyone! (and thanks to the ICANN team for holding this felicitous briefing)
There is a recital in the DSA that clearly says that registries and registrars are considered to be intermediaries, but it is in fact unclear how they meet the definitions in Art. 2. Also it is unclear whether authoritative and recursive DNS operators are covered as well.
Question from Oksana Prykhodko. What about the managing of SSL certificates?
RIPE NCC has published a public statement regarding the Cyber Security Strategy document: https://www.ripe.net/publications/news/announcements/ripe-ncc-response-to-the-eu2019s-cybersecurity-strategy-for-the-digital-decade
I am pretty sure that what the Commission means is that moving from unencrypted DNS protocols to encrypted ones is positive, not that using encrypted DNS protocols to switch resolvers and direct DNS queries somewhere else, or to circumvent national laws and court orders on content blocking, is a good idea :-)
@vittorio: agreed, although the questions relating to deployment models and possibility of over-centralization still apply.
Yes, sure. Tomorrow’s HLIG session has the point on the agenda and I expect some clarifications to come there.
@donna, funding to deploy additional anycast instances would be a way of increasing global system resiliency, but it is important to note that in the event of a DoS attack, the users of a particular anycast instance would still be impacted. The advantage of further anycast deployment is that it (in theory) diffuses the traffic to more instances — it doesn’t (of course) stop the DoS attack.
The NIS2 is a very important step and consistent with the foundation of ICANN and the purpose of WHOIS.
@ chris - even the first draft slides would be helpful IMO.
+1 @ Alex
For those interested in the DSA, I wrote one of the background studies for the European Commission on „non-hosting intermediaries“ together with colleagues, which touches upon the DNS. It’s available here: https://op.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/3931eed8-3e88-11eb-b27b-01aa75ed71a1/language-en/format-PDF/source-179885922
Can I ask for your clarifications regrading EU law implementations in Ukraine of EU legislative initiatives?
If you’re doing business with or processing data in the EU that’s governed by EU law
It is estimated that the technical implemention a new Whois system would take approx 3 years once agreement is reached. It was stated that NIS2 could also take up to three years for implementation. Shouldn't we be focused on implementing a whois system that is consistent with NIS2 and the position of the US goverment which is similar to the NIS2 direction?
I now have to switch to the IETF ADD meeting, but thanks for organizing this workshop, and happy to continue the discussion.
Thanks for organising the meeting and a content!
PublicationsICANN Government Engagementhttps://www.icann.org/resources/pages/government-engagement-publications-2020-03-02-enICANN OCTO publicationshttps://www.icann.org/resources/pages/octo-publications-2019-05-24-enNordic Region workshopAgenda & Registration: https://features.icann.org/event/icann-organization/nordic-region-workshop-icann-and-its-technical-mission
Thanks for the proactivity...
Thank you all for joining, happy to continue this discussion
Thanks for the work done, buy everyone)
Thanks for a very insightful analysis! Highly appreciated, thanks for sharing. Also appreciate the opportunity for Q&A with participants
Looking forward to participate in future meetings
Thanks Chris, David and Elena!