Internet Security Research Group

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Internet Security Research Group
Founded May 24, 2013
Founders Josh Aas, Eric Rescorla
Type 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
46-3344200
Registration no. C3569614
Legal status Active
Focus Internet Security
Location
Area served
Global
Website letsencrypt.org

The Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) is a Californian public-benefit corporation which focuses on Internet security. [2][3]

Let's Encrypt—its first major initiative—aims to make Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) certificates available for free in an automated fashion.

Josh Aas serves as the group's executive director and board chair.[4][1] The board also contains individuals from Akamai, Cisco, University of Michigan, Mozilla, ACLU, CoreOS, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.[1]

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