Dynamic Coalition on Internet Standards, Security and Safety (DC-ISSS)
DC-ISSS chairs and coordinators: Ms. Janice Richardson, Insight SA, civil society, Australia Mr. Raymond Mamattah, EGIGFA, education, Nigeria Ms. Mallory Knodel, Center for Democracy & Technology, civil society, United States Mr. Yurii Kargapolov, Ukrainian Numbering, Naming and Addressing Operation Center, technical community, Ukraine Ms. Lim, May Ann, Public Policy Analyst, private sector, Singapore Mr. Gustavo Ortega, Senior Security Engineer, private sector, Costa Rica Mr. Wout de Natris, Coordinator DC-ISSS, Private sector, The Netherlands, moderator Mr. Mark Carvell, senior policy DC-ISSS, private sector, U.K., Rapporteur
Wout de Natris – DC-ISSS Coordinator
Mark Carvell – DC-ISSS Senior Policy Adviser
Yurii Kargapolov (Ukrainian Numbering, Naming and Addressing Operation Center) – DC-ISSS Working Group 1: Security by Design – Internet of Things
Raymond Mamattah (E-Governance and Internet Governance Foundation for Africa (EGIGFA) – DC-ISSS Working Group 2: Education & Skills
Mallory Knodel, Center for Democracy & Technology – DC-ISSS Working Group 3: Procurement and Supply Chain Management – the Business Case
Informal discussion to establish continued contact on engagement and funding options.
The IGF’s Dynamic Coalition on Internet Standards, Security and Safety celebrates its first anniversary following its launch at IGF2020. This multi-stakeholder coalition aims to ensure that security standards and related best practice play their full role through establishing the conditions for their voluntary, wider, more effective and more rapid adoption by key decision-takers throughout the standards implementation chain. The policy context for the DC-ISSS initiative reflects the increase in pressure for regulatory responses to foster increased online security and trust.
Part 1 (15 minutes)
Introduction of DC-ISSS Coordinator and the Working Group chairs and vice chairs.
Key messages from the DC-ISSS sessions at IGF2021 on day zero and day 3.
Part 2: (40 minutes) Open interactive discussion on the theme “Stakeholder Empowerment” - following the coalition’s discussions at IGF2021, how can the broad stakeholder community of corporate and individual Internet users, educationalists, policymakers and decision-takers, collaborate with the technical community more effectively to achieve more widespread and rapid deployment of security-related Internet standards and related best practice.
Closing remarks (5 minutes)
Summary of the networking session’s messages.
Information about how to subscribe to the DC-ISSS mail list
Invitation to stakeholders to join the coalition and contribute actively to the existing and future DC-ISSS working groups.
Invitation to seek funding for research projects in 2022-23.
Stakeholder empowerment has become a major theme for IS3C.
Support the IS3C with expertise, ideas, your network and financially.
The Internet Standards, Security and Safety Coalition (IS3C) held its informal networking session for interaction with individual stakeholders on day 4 of the IGF. The coalition’s coordinator, Wout de Natris, and working group leads summarised their messages from the previous IS3C sessions held on day zero and day 3. Attendees were invited to explain their interest in the work of the coalition and to comment on the work so far. Some attendees commented and raised questions in the chat room, resulting in some follow up email communication for a few attendees.
The main part of the networking session was an interactive free discussion moderated by IS3C Policy Adviser, Mark Carvell, on the theme Stakeholder Empowerment. Attendees expressed support for the objective on empowering stakeholders with expertise about important cybersecurity standards. There was agreement that one way of achieving this would be by promoting engagement between corporate and individual Internet users, educationalists, policymakers and decision-takers, and the technical community
In his closing remarks, Wout de Natris thanked attendees for their expressions of support and interest in the work of the coalition, and for their valuable comments on the coalition’s objectives. He provided information about how to subscribe to the IS3C mail list and encouraged attendees to participate in the coalition’s working groups. Looking ahead, he emphasised that the coalition would extend its scope in its second phase with additional working groups on specific Internet technologies and issues. He invited attendees to submit their views on potential future areas of work.