"I am both thrilled and humbled to be trusted with the task of leading ISC," said Osborn. "I am proud to contribute to ISC's storied history of commitment to the global Internet community, and I look forward to working closely with our many and varied stakeholders. DNSco also has a key role to play as the primary funding vehicle for our public benefit work, and has an opportunity to address the growing threats to the DNS from a business support perspective."
ISC and DNSco continue to develop, maintain and distribute BIND and ISC DHCP as open source software. ISC makes essential infrastructure software available; DNSco offers professional support subscriptions for ground-level business continuity planning. DNSco is a commercial business tasked with generating revenue to sustain both itself and its parent company.
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