DASC survey re-launches, to encourage additional responses

14 November 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. Read more here. We have had a great response, with approximately 50 ccTLDs providing their input. On behalf of the DASC, thank you to all who responded.

After an initial analysis, the DASC leadership believes that we can do even better and so we have decided to re-launch for an additional 14 days. This will provide even more color and depth to the picture. The survey is therefore re-opened today 14 November 2022 and will close on Monday 28 November 2022, 23.59 UTC.

All ccTLDs are kindly invited to participate in the survey. Please share this invite with colleagues within your organisation, as well as peers from the ccTLD community. Your input is valuable, and will guide future work with respect to dealing with DNS Abuse.
To complete the survey, please go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DASC0922

The survey contains 34 questions in total, divided over 5 phases in the domain name registration process. The survey should take no more than 10 to 15 minutes to complete. After analysis of the results by the DASC, the results will be published on the ccNSO website and presented to the community in Cancun, Mexico, during ICANN76.

We again thank those who have already responded and look forward to the responses of others.

On behalf of the DASC,

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