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2022-10-11 Minutes of the Network Security Working Group


Adam Jones – Microsoft Aaron Poulsen – Amazon Trust Services Antti Backman – Telia Company Ben Wilson – Mozilla Bruce Morton – Entrust Clint Wilson – Apple Corey Rasmussen – OATI Daryn Wright – GoDaddy David Kluge – Google Dustin Hollenback – Microsoft Iñigo Barreira – Sectigo Joanna Fox – TrustCor Jozef Nigut – Disig Kiran Tummala – Microsoft Martijn Katerbarg – Sectigo Marcelo Silva – Visa Paul van Brouwershaven – Entrust Pedro Fuentes – OISTE Prachi Jain – Fastly Rebecca Kelley – Apple Tobias Josefowitz – Opera Tony Seymour – ComSign Trevoli Ponds – Amazon Trust Services


1. Read Antitrust Statement

• Clint Wilson read the antitrust statement

2. Roll Call

• No new members in attendance

3. Review Agenda

• Approved minutes from previous meetings

• Vice Chair Nomination

• Risk Assessment documents

• F2F update

• Back Logged items

• Continue Air Gapped CAs project (Ben Wilson)

4. Vice Chair

• Clint nominated David Kluge to be Vice Chair

• No objections were made

5. Risk Assessment

• Open floor to discuss if anything related to the Risk Assessment should be presented at the F2F.

• David Kluge agreed that providing an overview of the Risk Assessment at the F2F would be beneficial and bring back everyones attention and get helpful feedback.

• Overall there is interest in the assessments, to which half the time in the F2F will be given for an update over the assessment and how close we are to closing.

6. F2F Update

• During the Net Sec portion of the F2F, break it up into two sessions.

• Network Security Requirements Draft

• Summary of updates the group has worked on

7. Back Logged Items

• No Comments

8. Air-Gapped Systems document Group continued their progress in Sections 5, 5.1, 5.2, and 5.5

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