[Ssr2-review] [Ext] Re: ICANN SSR and Future Challenges answers
jennifer.bryce at icann.org
Tue Apr 23 10:26:59 UTC 2019
Thanks for this - we have asked the follow-up question and will provide the answer once available.
From: Boban Krsic <krsic at denic.de>
Date: Sunday, April 21, 2019 at 11:16 AM
To: Jennifer Bryce <jennifer.bryce at icann.org>
Cc: "zarko.kecic at rnids.rs" <zarko.kecic at rnids.rs>, "housley at vigilsec.com" <housley at vigilsec.com>
Subject: [Ext] Re: [Ssr2-review] ICANN SSR and Future Challenges answers
On 12.04.19 19:09, Jennifer Bryce wrote:
> Q: Does ICANN have documented boundaries and processes that have inter-org dependencies? Are they relate back to BC plans?
> a. Clarification requested from Boban, Alain, Zarko: What is meant by “inter-org” dependencies? Which orgs? What is meant by “boundaries.”
This refers to the interaction and trust boundaries within the two
organizations ICANN and PTI.
> b. ICANN org has asked for clarification as to the meaning of this question, and is awaiting a response. That said, based on current understanding, ICANN org thinks the answer is no, not beyond the shared services agreement between ICANN and PTI.
re: ICANN SSR workstream / DNS SSR Workstream
Q from ICANN SSR workstream: Does ICANN have a documented business
continuity operational planning and control process that enables it to
determine, plan, implement and control those actions needed to fulfil
its business continuity policy and objectives?
A: These documents are confidential and not published publicly for
security reasons. There is an established Disaster Recovery plan for
systems, a Continuity Plan for the IANA Functions, and a broader
Continuity Plan under development for the wider ICANN organization to be
delivered in 2019.
Just for clarification in re to DNS SSR Workstream: Does the DR Plan
also include Root Zone Management?
Thanks and Happy Easter
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