[cabfpub] Forum-6 - Update ETSI requirements in the Bylaws

Dimitris Zacharopoulos jimmy at it.auth.gr
Mon Sep 17 09:37:45 MST 2018


The following motion has been proposed by Dimitris Zacharopoulos of 
HARICA and endorsed by Moudrick M. Dadashov of SSC and Mads Egil 
Henriksveen from Bypass.

*Background*:

Sections 2.1(a)(1) and 2.1(a)(2) of the Bylaws describe the qualifying 
criteria for "Certificate Issuers" and "Root Certificate Issuers". This 
ballot attempts to remove references to the old ETSI TS documents.

*-- MOTION BEGINS --*

In Sections 2.1(a)(1) and 2.1(a)(2) of the Bylaws, update the ETSI 
references:

"or ETSI TS 102042, ETSI 101456, or ETSI EN 319 411-1" and "ETSI EN 319 
411-1102042 or ETSI TS 102042 or ETSI TS 101 456"

with "or ETSI EN 319 411-1".

*-- MOTION ENDS --*

Here is a red-line of these particular changes.

(1) _Certificate Issuer_: The member organization operates a 
certification authority that has a current and successful WebTrust for 
CAs audit or ETSI EN 319 411-1or ETSI TS 102 042 or ETSI TS 101 456 
audit report prepared by a properly-qualified auditor, is a member of a 
CWG, and that actively issues certificates to end entities, such 
certificates being treated as valid by a Certificate Consumer Member. 
Applicants that are not actively issuing certificates but otherwise meet 
membership criteria may be granted Associate Member status under Bylaw 
Sec. 3.1 for a period of time to be designated by the Forum.

(2) _Root Certificate Issuer_: The member organization operates a 
certification authority that has a current and successful WebTrust for 
CAs, or ETSI EN 319 411-1 102042 or ETSI TS 102 042 or ETSI TS 101 
456audit report prepared by a properly-qualified auditor, is a member of 
a CWG, and that issues certificates to subordinate CAs that, in turn, 
actively issue certificates to end entities such certificates being 
treated as valid by a Certificate Consumer Member. Applicants that are 
not actively issuing certificates but otherwise meet membership criteria 
may be granted Associate Member status under Bylaw Section 3.1 for a 
period of time to be designated by the Forum.


The procedure for approval of this ballot is as follows:

*Forum-6 - Update ETSI requirements in the Bylaws*

	

*Start time (22:00 UTC)*

	

*End time (22:00 UTC)*

Discussion (7 days)

	

17 September 2018

	

24 September 2018

Vote for approval (7 days)

	

24 September 2018

	

1 October 2018

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