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.
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.
I asked the question to one of the world’s most foremost experts in digital security and fighting cybercrime. Listen to the podcast.
My colleage LG provides an overview of this service that is designed to allow anyone to gain daily insight into whether you or someone else has a problem with domain name abuse.
Comments related to the recently announced ICANN audit of registrar compliance with DNS security threat obligations.
We will provide these feeds, as well as our existing reputation feeds, via Abuse Monitor at no charge or obligation for 60 days to any registry operator (gTLD or ccTLD), registrar or hosting providers that desire to access.
RegistryOffice supports the Framework as it provides a common definition of certain types of DNS abuse and states that registries and registrars must act upon the defined categories.
Take 9 minutes and watch my June 2018 update demo of the RegistryOffice Abuse Monitor.