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The Online Trust Alliance Releases 2012 Data Protection and Breach Readiness Guide

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
Online Trust Alliance (OTA) today announced the release of the 2012 Data Protection & Breach Readiness Guide, a comprehensive guide outlining key questions and recommendations to help businesses in breach prevention and incident management

Department of Homeland Security Selects Online Trust Alliance to Provide Training to Government Employees in Support of the National Cybersecurity Initiative

Wed, Nov 16, 2011

SEATTLE, WA and WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwire - Nov 16, 2011) - The Online Trust Alliance (OTA) today announced it has been awarded a contract to offer training on email authentication for all U.S government agencies and organizations. This effort is a critical part of the front line of defense against cyber threats as outlined by President Obama and Cybersecurity coordinator Howard Schmidt. Once deployed, email authentication helps to increase the resiliency of the United States' infrastructure, including the ability to detect and block malicious email threats.

Fortune 500 Demonstrates Commitment to Online Safety

Wed, Mar 7, 2007
BOSTON - March 7, 2007 - Today, the Authentication and Online Trust Alliance (AOTA) named the top Fortune 500 companies who have demonstrated commitment to online safety by authenticating their email and domains, protecting users from forged email and phishing ploys. In just 20 months, the Fortune 500 has shown an increase in adoption of Sender ID from seven percent to over 25 percent.

Authentication Adoption gains Momentum at Email Authentication

Wed, May 3, 2006
CHICAGO - May 6, 2006 - The Email Authentication Summit II, held April 19 in Chicago, was a great success as industry leaders provided insight into the real-world deployment and the business value of authentication to a sold out crowd of over 500. Built around the theme "Authentication & Reputation - Building Online Confidence," the event delivered powerful information on how organizations of all sizes can combine authentication and reputation systems to restore trust in email.