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The Security Concerns Impacting the Internet - Shared screen with speaker view
Dustin Loup
08:12
I’ll introduce myself in the chat. Dustin Loup, co-chairing the IGF-USA along with Melinda. I’m caught in between two meetings for the next few minutes
Dustin Loup
13:00
Relevant Survey Results are here: https://www.igfusa.us/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Survey-Results-Cybersecurity.pdf
Melinda Clem
21:02
Planning shared doc for this session: https://docs.google.com/document/d/18JWszhaL497ryS7obA-GcAQ3VInfsStXAuogfLd1350/edit?usp=sharing
Melinda Clem
23:36
All are invited to add to this doc
Dustin Loup
32:19
Nice point to jump back in:)
Laurin B Weissinger
35:30
Current WHOIS issues are not just GDPR, they are due to the temp spec.
Tom Bascom
35:52
Sorry, got hung up on another meeting.
John Perrino
36:06
Second including info sharing and thinking generally about collaboration. Expected EO on this soon too.
Melinda Clem
36:20
Hi Tom, we are sharing ideas for focus for this session, jump in as you like.
Keith Drazek (Verisign)
46:15
I don't see a connection between supply chain security as a topic and the EU's GDPR/NIS2 and domain name registration data. I understand Rick is advocating for US legislation to counter the effects of GDPR, but how is that relevant or connected specifically to supply chain security? This probably underscores the need to define the term "supply chain" accurately.
Jeff Bedser
46:54
+1 Keith
Laurin B Weissinger
47:48
That is what I am trying to say. These things are complex and I am not sure “supply chain” is well defined by limiting it in a certain way without discussing it first.
Melinda Clem
48:53
Data as currency
Laurin B Weissinger
48:59
My main point being that manufacturing is likely not the right understanding, as James is saying right now.
Laurin B Weissinger
50:54
While I hate self quotes, this is what I wrote about the issue; in line with some of James’ points: https://ccdcoe.org/uploads/2020/12/13-The-Challenge-of-Networked-Complexity-to-NATOs-Digital-Security_ebook.pdf
Laurin B Weissinger
57:35
Depending on your framing, it totally is. How much supply chains would be disturbed if DNS went down?
Keith Drazek (Verisign)
59:32
Has the DNS ever gone down?
Keith Drazek (Verisign)
01:00:36
I also have to jump to another call. Thanks Melinda for herding the cats! ;-)
Naela Sarras
01:00:53
Thanks Melinda. I also have to go to another meeting.
Naela Sarras
01:01:00
Thanks all.
Laurin B Weissinger
01:01:26
This is not a critique of the DNS or how it is run. Just saying it is central. Same could be said about other systems.