Learn how APNIC handles the information and data it collects from its Members, and the steps that it takes to protect such information.
LEAs are important members of the APNIC community working towards a safer and more secure Internet.
Voting for APNIC Executive Council representatives is a privilege of your Membership and one which only you can exercise.
I recently represented APNIC at INTERPOL’s 3rd Eurasian Working Group on Cybercrime for Heads of Units, held in Xiamen, China.
Work now needs to begin on developing the Service Level Agreement between the numbering community and ICANN as outlined in the CRISP proposal.
A huge milestone was achieved this morning when the CRISP team submitted the finalized response document to the ICG (IANA Stewardship Transition Coordination Group).
A quick recap on the CRISP team’s past few weeks and looking ahead to the next set of deadlines.
If you missed the update call last week from the APNIC CRISP team members, you have a second chance on Tuesday, 6 January.
Dr Govind, Izumi Okutani, and Craig Ng will be holding a briefing call on December 30 to update the community on the progress of the CRISP team.
The CRISP team met twice this week and the draft response to the Request for Proposal for IANA stewardship transition is scheduled to be released to the community later today for feedback.