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Registry Internet Safety Group Formed to Develop Best Practices and Enhance Overall Internet User Security
RESTON, VA - October 17, 2008 - The Registry Internet Safety Group ("RISG") is a global group of responsible Internet related companies whose mission is to work collaboratively to combat Internet identity theft; even though RISG is uniquely Registry focused, it includes both gTLD (global Top Level Domain) and ccTLD (country code Top Level Domain) members.
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New policy leads industry in the effective deterrence of abuses like phishing and spam
DUBLIN, IRELAND - 7 October 2008 - Afilias, a global provider of registry services, today announced a new registration policy that makes the nature of domain name abuses clear for registrants and registrars, and furthers the power of the registry to take quick and appropriate action regarding .INFO domains used for abusive behavior. This policy will go into effect on 6 November 2008.
Cooperation and knowledge sharing will help emergency response to cyber-security threats
New Delhi, India–February 12, 2008 –Afilias, a global provider of registry services, today announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) to share critical information and resources to enhance cyber-security in India and world-wide, increase awareness of important security issues, and to cooperate in emergency response to critical threats.
Join Ram Mohan, Chief Operating Officer of Afilias, from 3:00-4:30pm for a panel discussion on The Intersection of Data Privacy and Internet Governance.
The Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (GCSC) will convene its first meeting of 2019 on 22-23 January in Geneva. The meeting is held in partnership with the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR).
On 22 January from 14:00-18:00, the Commission will hold public CyberStability Hearings, hosted by UNIDIR. These Hearings will provide a unique opportunity for dialogue between the Global Commission and actors working in these areas on stability in cyberspace and its implications for the mandates and activities of distinct international communities.
Hundreds of Organizations and Individuals Collaborate to Generate Awareness About the Importance of Respecting Privacy, Safeguarding Data and Enabling Trust