AbuseShield is a powerful tool designed to block variants of domain names commonly used for abusive purposes. Here’s an introduction to AbuseShield via a use case featuring an example business owner.
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An introduction to AbuseShield
Here’s a 2-minute overview of AbuseShield from NameBlock excerpted from a recent NameBlock Deep Dive webinar. I introduced the AbuseShield product, and the opportunity it offers to domain name resellers and registrars.
Found Revenue Opportunity
It was among the key topics covered in last month’s NameBlock Deep Dive Webinar for Registries. Watch it now at NameBlock.com.
Carel Bitter updates us on Spamhaus, botnet C&C, and criminal domain name usage trends
25 minute discussion covering the latest in cyber threats that they track, regulatory interest observations and related reports on domain abuse, criminal domain name usage trends that propagate phishing, malware, and botnets, the issues of trust, authenticating users, how botnet command and control points work, and potential threats due to the war in Ukraine.
Graeme Bunton talks about the DNS Abuse Institute & NetBeacon
I sat down with Graeme for 20 minutes to learn more about the DNSAI’s mission, their NetBeacon tool, and other initiatives they are working on to assist the industry in fighting DNS abuse.
Industry chat with Michele Neylon
We covered a lot! Everything from how the pandemic affected the domain industry to alternative roots, Web3, NIS2, Section 230, The EU study on DNS Abuse, and more.
A Female Perspective on the Domain Industry
My discussion with Mou, a woman of color, born in India, raised in Canada, working for an Italian company, and doing business in China.
A major upgrade for a tool helping to fight abuse and build a safer internet
I’m pleased to announce a major, significant abuse management tool upgrade, from all of us at iQ, that helps in fighting abuse and building a safer internet.
How .BANK addresses the Cybersecurity Problem
Watch or listen to my interview with Drew Schiff at fTLD, and learn more about the .bank story, and how they are making the internet a safer place for banks and their customers.
If you could fix one thing on the Internet, what would it be?
I asked the question to one of the world’s most foremost experts in digital security and fighting cybercrime. Listen to the podcast.