ccNSO DNS abuse survey now closed

09 December 2022

The ccNSO DNS Abuse Standing Committee (DASC) recently launched a survey to understand the ccTLD landscape with respect to handling the various aspects of DNS Abuse. We have had a great response during the first round, with approximately fifty ccTLDs providing their input. During the second round, twentyfive additional responses were received. The survey is now closed.

On behalf of the DASC, thank you to all who responded! We appreciate your answers to this survey. This will enable us to plan, so we can serve the ccTLD community better. Your input is valuable, and will guide future work with respect to dealing with DNS Abuse.

After an initial analysis of the survey results, the DASC leadership intends to carefully evaluate how to present the results to the ccTLD and broader community. Rest assured that all your responses will be treated with discretion. To learn more about the survey results and next steps, we invite you to join our session at ICANN76, held 11-16 March in Cancun (MX). More details about the ICANN76 ccNSO sessions will become available here.

Thank you for your answers, and we look forward to our interaction at ICANN76!

On behalf of the DASC,

Nick Wenban-Smith (DASC Chair)
Bruce Tonkin (DASC Vice Chair)