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Last week it accidentally posted the home addresses of its newest top-level domain-name applicants, Government Computer News reports.
Federal News Radio spoke with Karen Lentz, manager of business and research content for ICANN. She told Federal News Radio this move comes after six years of negotiations.
Nearly all national computer security incident response teams want to receive more information on new cyber attack methods and recommended responses. ICANN's Yurie Ito tells us about a new survey.
The seven members of this holy order of cyber security hail from around the world and recently received their keys while locked deep in a U.S. bunker.
Commerce and several partners are ready to launch the Domain Name System Security Extensions that is expected to enhance Internet security and stability.
New technology enhances the security and stability of the internet