The LK Domain Registry
The LK Domain Registry was established in 1990. Since its inception, it has served the country not only by providing a professional domain registration service, but also by facilitating development of Internet infrastructure to improve the Internet in Sri Lanka.
The LK Domain Registry is the sole administrator for web addresses that end in “.lk” in Sri Lanka. As the national-level domain name, “.lk” domain provides Sri Lankan organizations and individuals with their unique brand identity on the Internet. In addition to English, domain names can also be registered in the Sinhala and Tamil language top-level domains.
Special thanks to Prof. Gihan Dias, CEO of LK Domain Registry and the staff.
Sri Lanka CERT | CC
Founded in 2006, the Sri Lanka Computer Emergency Readiness Team | Coordination Centre (Sri Lanka CERT|CC), is Sri Lanka’s National CERT. It is mandated with the task of protecting Sri Lanka’s Information and Information Systems infrastructure and it’s services range from responding to and investigating information security breaches, to preventing security breaches by way of awareness creation, security assessments and security capability building. It is a member and the national point of contact, for both the Asia Pacific Computer Emergency Response Team (APCERT) and the Forum of Incident Response Security Teams (FIRST), which are regional and global bodies coordinate cyber security efforts between nations.
Learn more at www.cert.gov.lk
TechCERT is the first and the largest Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) in Sri Lanka, which has its origins in a pioneering joint project of the LK Domain Registry and the academic staff members of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering of the University of Moratuwa has evolved to be one of the strongest IT security and engineering consultancy firms in Sri Lanka.
Special thanks to TechCERT Team.
Lankadeepa newspaper and Sri Lanka Computer Emergency Readiness Team
We thought of sharing some articles compiled by Ms. Kumari Herath, journalist of Lankadeepa newspaper, in “Rasawitha” Magazine under the heading of “Messed up lives of women on the Internet” and Mr. Roshan Chandraguptha from Sri Lanka Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT | CC), with those institutions’ and their approval.
Hithawathi wishes to thank all those who assisted in publishing these articles, including Ms. Kumari Herath and staff of Lankadeepa newspaper, Mr. Roshan Chandraguptha and officers of Sri Lanka Computer Emergency Readiness Team, the members of Sri Lanka LK Domain Registry and Internet Society Sri Lanka Chapter.
A few articles published on www.newsfirst.lk, were shared on this website for your knowledge. It is an honour to be thankful to the officers of Sirasa Media Network for supporting the publication of these articles.
ChildSafeNet is a non-governmental organization, established with a mission to make the digital technology safer for children and young people. They work to raise awareness on safer use of the internet and digital devices to protect them from internet addiction, online sexual abuse and exploitation, cyber-bullying, phishing, gaming addiction and to promote digital literacy.
Yeheli.lk / Thozhi.lk
Yeheli.lk / Thozhi.lk, a first-of-its-kind digital platform in Sri Lanka, is dedicated to uplifting women’s health and wellbeing. Yeheli.lk is an anonymous, free, trilingual messaging platform that connects users with expert advice, available on the web and as a smart phone app. The service is reinventing the way Sri Lankan youth access specialist advice. Yeheli digitally connects subject-matter-experts to user queries with an intelligent platform. The service creates a safe and trusted space to learn about and discuss a range of topics which may be too sensitive to be discussed with family and peers, such as: abuse, sexual health, contraceptives, relationship issues, domestic violence, etc.
ISOC-Sri Lanka Chapter (ISOC-LK)
Sri Lanka Chapter of the Internet Society serves the Society’s purposes by serving the interests of a segment of the global Internet community through a local presence; focus on local issues and developments, and use of local languages. Main activities are encouraging innovation, oorganizing awareness events and popularization of safer internet in Sri Lanka.
Special thanks to Ms. Sagarika Wickramasekara, Ex-President, ISOC-LK and all the office bearers.