Conceptual Framework of
who is doing what
for the long-term stability of
the Internet
Sep 14, 2010,
IGF in Vilnius
Izumi A...
2
CIS infoSec Commission Mtg
Astana, 2009
Existing Frameworks:
Each player works in each domain, but no one fills
the gap ...
3
Conceptual Framework for Information Stability:
No one fills the gap: Global Policy (& Operation) area
!  Need coordinat...
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Conceptual Framework of Who Is Doing What For The Long-Term Stability of the Internet

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Presentation given by Izumi Aizu during the Internet Society "Priorities For The Long-Term Stability of The Internet" workshop at the Internet Governance Forum 2010

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Conceptual Framework of Who Is Doing What For The Long-Term Stability of the Internet

  1. 1. Conceptual Framework of who is doing what for the long-term stability of the Internet Sep 14, 2010, IGF in Vilnius Izumi Aizu <iza@anr.org> Senior Research Fellow Institute for InfoSocinomics, Tama Univ.
  2. 2. 2 CIS infoSec Commission Mtg Astana, 2009 Existing Frameworks: Each player works in each domain, but no one fills the gap - Global policy area Technical Legal Global Regional/ local ITUICANN ENISA APEC FIRST OECD COE Policy Operational IETF ETSI CSIA ISO A Gap exists here IGF NATO
  3. 3. 3 Conceptual Framework for Information Stability: No one fills the gap: Global Policy (& Operation) area !  Need coordination among existing bodies Multi-stakeholder approach including users is essential Technical Legal GlobalRegional RIRs ITU ICANN ENISA APEC FIRST OECD CoE Policy Operational IETF ETSI ISO A gap exists here IGFCIS Commission NATO A gap may also exists here ISOCEC National Need Coordination
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