Implementing a Cyber-Security Code of Conduct: Real-Life Lessons From Australia (Webinar)

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Presented by Peter Coroneos – Former CEO of the Internet Association of AustraliaThe US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and some of the largest US ISPs recently agreed to a voluntary code of conduct to minimize cyber threats including botnet attacks, domain name fraud and IP route hijacking. While many service providers in the US are only beginning to grapple with implementing the code, there are other places in the world that have already implemented similar measures.

Presented by Peter Coroneos
Former CEO of the Internet Association of Australia

Peter will share the "lessons learned" from 33 ISPs who voluntarily implemented Australia's "iCode" to improve Internet security starting in 2010.

Moderated by Ed Brown, Nominum's VP of Legal Affairs

Ed will address some of the key questions about the code of conduct facing technical, policy and regulatory employees at ISPs in the US and beyond:

Craig Sprosts, Nominum's General Manager of Fixed Broadband Solutions will also provide a brief overview of a solution deployed at some of the world's largest ISPs that meets or exceeds the requirements for DNS security and botnet protection.

When:

Thursday, May 10, 2012 – 2 Sessions Offered:

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Related topics: Access Providers, Cyberattack, Cybercrime, Cybersecurity, DNS, Domain Names, IP Addressing, IPv6, Malware, Policy & Regulation

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