Join the growing ranks of organizations that are in full control of their domains. CSC’s best-practice guide for creating a successful domain name policy can help you secure, promote and protect your digital brands.

With a written domain name policy, employees, managers, and vendors are all in a position to know the “who, what, when, and how” of domain name management, ensuring the right people are equipped to make the best decisions for your organization.  This helps you to take advantage of digital opportunities like new gTLDs while cutting administrative costs and reducing the risk of fraud and cybercrime.

DomainPolicyBestPractices_THUMBOur seven-step approach is proven to create successful domain policies:

  1. Establish your policy’s goals
  2. Set out the day-to-day mechanics
  3. Decide and optimize your domain strategy
  4. Assign roles and responsibilities
  5. Identify a budget
  6. Create standards
  7. Define the reporting and review process

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Best practices for creating a domain name policy