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's commitment to ensure the continued operation of the Internet. ==Overview== For ICANN, *..."
'''Security, Stability and Resiliency''' (SSR) comprise key components of [[ICANN]]'s commitment to ensure the continued operation of the Internet.
* ''Security'' refers to the capacity to protect Internet [[Identifier System]]s and prevent [[DNS Abuse]] or misuse.
* ''Stability'' encompasses the capacity to ensure the interoperability of the DNS as expected so that users have confidence in it.
* ''Resiliency'' describes the capacity to withstand, tolerate, or survive malicious attacks and other disruptive events without interruption or cessation of Internet services.
==Aims and Mechanisms==
ICANN has dedicated multiple programs and initiatives to preserve the SSR of the Internet's identifier systems by:
# gathering and processing data on imminent threats to the DNS ecosystem;
# participating in threat preparedness and risk management to protect against or mitigate issues;
# measuring and reporting on the health of the DNS ecosystem;
# coordinating vulnerability disclosure reports; and
# helping [[ccTLD]] managers and public safety agencies on topics, such as [[DNSSEC]] and [[DNS Abuse]].<ref>[https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/is-ssr-2014-11-24-en About IS-SSR programs, ICANN]</ref>
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