State of DNS Abuse; Trends from the last three years and current landscape
The Domain Name System (DNS) Abuse Institute is organising an online discussion about the state of DNS abuse on 16 March.
The event will gather a panel of experts to discuss the current state of DNS Abuse. This data-centric discussion aims to illuminate what abuse trends have looked like over the last three years, and will reflect on the current effortsacross various stakeholders on DNS Abuse. The DNS Institute is tasked with creating initiatives that create recommended practices, foster collaboration, and develop industry-shared solutions to combat the five areas of DNS Abuse: malware, botnets, phishing, pharming, and related spam. The Institute was created by the Public Interest Registry, the registry operator for the .ORG top-level domain.
Further information as well as the registration form can be found on the dedicated webpage.|basic_html