Tool to validate if SPF and DMARC records have been "published" in a domain's DNS zone file. The tool will query the DNS of the respective domains and present the records found. Up to 500 domains may be entered.
We are on the brink of a major shift in how marketing technologies and digital experiences are optimized. Ensighten’s open platform is revolutionizing digital marketing by empowering brands to collect, own and act on their customer data everywhere. The Ensighten user conference – AGILITY – will attract over 800 world-class marketers to the Palace Hotel in San Francisco.
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Tuesday April 21st - Non-Profits on the Loose @ RSA Conference 2015 - The OTA in partnership with the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG), the FIDO Alliance, Kantara Initiative, NCSA and others welcome you to join us at 5 to 8 p.m.
111 Minna Street (between Howard and Mission at 2nd Street)
San Francisco, CA 94105
Wednesday April 22
As more and more users throughout the world are enticed by free online services, it is a fact they do not consider what they are trading off in this exchange. This point was illustrated in the movie "The Kingsman: The Secret Service". Without disclosing too much of the movie, the villain played by Samuel L. Jackson is an internet billionaire known for his philanthropy. He announces a giveaway of SIM cards, granting free cellular and Internet access to everyone around the world.
The Identity Theft Council would like you to join us in supporting 100 Cities in 100 Days – a unique campaign to educate and engage consumers and communities about issues like identity theft, cyber safety, and privacy. Nearly 40 cities and communities have already signed up, and participating communities can host a seminar, webinar, or school presentation, distribute education materials, share our message on social me
Last Friday I had the privilege to attend the White House Cybersecurity & Consumer Protection Summit, hosted at Stanford University. Attendees included CEO's of leading organizations ranging from American Express, AIG, Intel, Bank of America, MasterCard, to Kaiser Permante, PayPal, QVC, Walgreens and the Center of Democracy & Technology. Key messages delivered through the day included the importance of government – private sector collaboration, the sharing of threat data with the government and government sharing the data back to the business community.
OTA’s 2015 Data Privacy & Protection Day Town Halls attracted over 500 attendees, including leading experts in public policy, privacy and security. In each city, a fireside chat with an FTC Commissioner kicked off each Town Hall including Commissioner McSweeney with OTA President Craig Spiezle in Silicon Valley, followed by Commissioners Ohlhausen and Brill in NYC and DC respectively. View the Video Highlights