Terry Zink

Terry Zink

Program Manager
Joined on August 20, 2007 – United States
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About

Terry Zink is a Program Manager of antispam effectiveness for Microsoft Forefront Online, a service that provides in-the-cloud spam filtering for enterprise

He started off as a spam analyst in 2004 which involved the processing of spam and false positive complaints.  In April of 2007, he transitioned into the Program Manager position.  He is now responsible for delivering features and solutions to end customers which meet the ever-changing demands of the email delivery business.

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How Frequently Do Botnets Reuse IP Addresses?

Spam Continues to Drop

Bit.ly Gets You Blocked

ESP Compromises and Their Lack of Security

Spam Volumes In 2010

United States Is the Most Bot-Infected Country. Right?

Why Aren't There More Spam Lawsuits?

Closing in on the Google Hackers

Oh, Spammer, Where Art Thou?

Think China Is the Highest Spamming Country? Think Again

Spam Fighting: Lessons from Jack Bauer?

Top 10 Spam Stories of 2008

How Spammers Get Around SPF

Topic Interests

CybercrimeCyberattackInternet GovernancePolicy & RegulationCybersecurityPrivacyDNSDomain NamesSpamEmailMalwareIP AddressingDDoSLawNetworksWebNew TLDsAccess ProvidersRegistry ServicesICANNWhoisIPv6Mobile InternetNet NeutralityData CenterCloud ComputingCensorshipInternet Protocol

Recent Blogs

Is The Term "Cyberwarfare" Overstating the Case?

The Pros and Cons of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)

Measuring the Cost of Cybercrime

A Look at Mail Patterns from Legitimate Webmail Sources

Why Passwords Have Never Been Weaker and Crackers Have Never Been Stronger

Popular Posts

Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail Compromised - But How?

How Spammers Get Around SPF

Anonymous Plans to Go After DNS Root Servers. What Will Be the US's Response?

IP Addresses and Personally Identifiable Information

Think China Is the Highest Spamming Country? Think Again