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Ballot 149 – Membership Criteria Clarification

Voting on Ballot 149 (Membership criteria clarification) has closed.   The Forum received 17 YES votes from CA members: Buypass, Chungwa Telecom, Disig, Entrust, Globalsign, GoDaddy, HARICA, Logius PKIoverheid, OpenTrust, QuoVadis, SSC, Symantec, Trend Micro, Trustwave, TurkTrust, Visa and WoSign and 3 YES votes from Browser members: Google, Opera and Mozilla. Three Abstain votes were received from CA members Actalis, ... Read More »

Ballot 143 – Formalization of Validation Working Group

Ballot 143 – Formalization of Validation Working Group Reason In order to address validation issues and inconsistencies in both the SSL Baseline Requirements and the EV Guidelines, the CAB Forum has held an informal working group previously referred to as the Extended Validation Working Group now known as the Validation Working Group, would like to modify its scope to include ... Read More »

Ballot 139 – Vice Chair Election

Ballot 139 – Vice Chair Election The voting period to elect a new Vice Chair of the CA / Browser Forum is now open. Voting will close at 2200 UTC on Friday, 24 October 2014. Candidates for Vice Chair are: Atilla Biler – Turktrust Kirk Hall – Trend Micro Robin Alden – Comodo Below are their candidate statements previously sent ... Read More »

Ballot 138 – Security Information Sharing Working Group

Ballot 138 – Security Information Sharing Working Group Voting on Ballot 138 – Information Sharing Working Group closed on 16 October 2014. The Chair received “yes” votes from Actalis, ANF, Buypass, Certinomis, Chunghwa Telecom, Comodo, DigiCert, Disig, Entrust, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, Izenpe, Kamu Sertifikasyon Merkezi, Logius PKIoverheid, Microsoft, Mozilla, Opentrust, Opera, SECOM, SSC, StartCom, Symantec, Trend Micro, TURKTRUST, TWCA, and WoSign. ... Read More »

Ballot 137 – Voting Process Bylaw Amendment (Passed)

Ballot 137 – Voting Process Bylaw Amendment Voting on Ballot 137 – Voting Process Bylaw Amendment closed on 16 October 2014. The Chair received “yes” votes from Certinomis, Chunghwa Telecom, Comodo, DigiCert, Disig, Entrust, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, Kamu Sertifikasyon Merkezi, Microsoft, Mozilla, Opentrust, Opera, SECOM, SSC, SttartCom, Symantec, Trend Micro, TURKTRUST, TWCA, and WoSign. Actalis, ANF, Buypass, Google, Izenpe, and Logius ... Read More »

Ballot 136 – Chair Election

Ballot 136 – Chair Election Voting on Ballot 136 – Chair Election closed on 15 October 2014. The Chair received “yes” votes from ANF, Buypass, Certinomis, Chunghwa Telecom, Comodo, DigiCert, Disig, Entrust, GlobalSign, GoDaddy, Google, Kamu Sertifikasyon Merkezi, Logius PKIoverheid, Microsoft, Mozilla, Opentrust, Opera, SSC, StartCom, Trend Micro, TURKTRUST, TWCA, and WoSign. Actalis, Izenpe and Symantec abstained. Therefore, Ballot 136 ... Read More »

Ballot 128 – CP Review Working Group (passes)

Voting closed on July 9, 2014. In Favor:  Buypass, DigiCert, GlobalSign, OPENTRUST, QuoVadis, SECOM, Symantec, Trend Micro, TURKTRUST, WoSign, Opera, Mozilla and Microsoft. Abstaining:  Actalis Result: Ballot passes. Ballot 128 – CP Review Working Group During the CAB Forum face-to-face meeting, we discussed creating a working group to compare the NIST IR proposal and various with the existing CAB Forum ... Read More »

Ballot 116 – Bylaw Amendment for Associate Member Category(passed)

Ballot 116 – Associate Member Category Yea: ANF, Certinomis, DigiCert, GlobalSign, Izenpe, Logius PKIoverheid, OpenTrust, QuoVadis, SECOM Trust, SSC, StartCom, Symantec, Trend Micro, Trustis, WoSign, Microsoft, and Mozilla Nay: None Abstain: None Results: Ballot passed   Ben Wilson of DigiCert made the following motion, and Dean Coclin from Symantec and Ryan Sleevi from Google endorsed it:  Motion Begins In order ... Read More »

Ballot 110 – Motion to Adopt Version 1.1 of the Bylaws(failed)

With 6 “yes” votes from CAs (Digicert, Symantec, TrendMicro, Disig, GlobalSign, and SECOM) and 2 “no” votes from Browsers (Mozilla and Google), Ballot 110 made quorum but did not pass. On 22 January 2014, Ben Wilson of DigiCert made the following motion, endorsed by Robin Alden of Comodo and Dean Coclin of Symantec: –Motion Begins– Be it resolved that the ... Read More »