Submissions

New Zealand National CSIRT Establishment: CSIRT Profiles and Case Studies

For a long time, many in the online security industry have been asking why  New Zealand does not have a Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT).

The National Cyber Police Office (a department of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet created to develop cyber security policy advice for government) has a cyber-plan. Within that cyber plan, NCPO has looked at various models for a CSIRT option.

InternetNZ commissioned this report to provide an analysis of the different models.

Submission Date:
14 Oct 2014

Briefing to the Incoming Minister of Communications

With the reappointment of Minister Adams into the role of Minister of Communications, InternetNZ thought it prudent to provide a briefing to the Minister.

This briefing contains the major Internet issues as we see them over the next three years.

InternetNZ looks forward to a positive working relationship as we continue the good work we have done so far with Minister Adams.

Submission Date:
09 Oct 2014

Election '14 and the Internet

The attached document sets out InternetNZ thinking on seven key issues facing the Internet, and poses some questions for those debating the future of Internet policy to consider. We have focused on an approach designed to encourage informed debate, not the creation of a wish-list.

Topics covered: domestic connectivity (UFB and RBI); overseas connectivity and data caps; fair intellectual property law; surveillance and privacy; government's role in the ICT industry; business use of the Internet and productivity; and human rights online.

 

Submission Date:
28 Jul 2014

Submission to Commerce Commission: New UBA Variants Issues Paper

Workstream: 
Unconstrained broadband

This submission responds to the Commission's issues paper as it looks into aspects of Chorus's proposed changes to UBA variants. It includes a legal opinion on a number of related matters.

Submission Date:
18 Jul 2014

InternetNZ Cross Submission: Further Consultation on issues relating to determining a price for Chorus’ UCLL and UBA services under the Final Pricing Principle

Workstream: 
Unconstrained broadband

This cross-submission is part of the proceedings to set the final prices for wholesale copper broadband services on Chorus' network.

Submission Date:
30 Apr 2014

Content Contribution to NetMundial on evolution of the IG ecosystem

Workstream: 
Law and the Internet

NetMundial is a global meeting on aspects of Internet Governance reform, being held in Brazil on 23-24 April 2014. Information is available online at http://netmundial.br/. There are two main streams of discussion planned: on principles to guide Internet governance, and on reform of the Internet governance ecosystem.

Submission Date:
07 Mar 2014