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.
Marketing is in the midst of an industrial revolution: consumers are changing, commerce and monetization are shifting, data is growing, and competition is smarter, faster than ever before. Leading marketers are focused on transforming the customer lifetime experience. They’re looking for solutions to bring themselves closer to consumers than ever before while face-to-face interactions are fewer and far between.
SecureWorld's programs are created to tackle the complexities of cybersecurity with solution-oriented education. The conference will provide networking opportunities designed for IT and security professionals. OTA is proud to be an association sponsor and speaker since 2012. Take advantage of our event discounts by using the following codes:
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Join FTC Commissioner Julie Brill, Congresswoman Suzan DelBene and members of Congress discuss the evolving world of privacy and the challenges and opportunities of the cross device tracking and "Internet of Things". This off-the-record dinner is a unique opportunity for invited guests to discuss the world of big data, role of innovation and the impact on consumer trust and confidence. Attend to get an insider’s view on trends, trheats and opportunities.
Join OTA members, staff and the board as we celebrate our 10th year anniversary. Full-day of interactive discussions on a number of hot topics including briefings with legislators and networking opportunities. In conjunction with the annual meeting, OTA is hosting a Salon dinner on Monday night the 16th, the IoT Trust Framework Summit on Wednesday 18th and Congressional Staff lunch on Thursday the 19th.
As the Presidential race kicks into high gear, voters are evaluating how candidates will tackle tough issues on foreign and domestic policy. Let’s hope they don’t overlook topics relating to online privacy and security. A recent Pew Research Center survey indicates that 74% of Americ
As campaigns ramp up for candidates, political parties and super PACs, it is time for politicians to think about the privacy, security and sensitivity of the information their donors and constituents entrust to them. The nation has been alarmed by data collection practices in the public and private sector, including those of the NSA. Now candidates must examine their own practices. Digital data is the lifeblood of the economy but it is being exploited daily by cyber-criminals and state sponsored actors placing America at the crossroads of a trust meltdown, underscoring the
Recent news is troubling as the tide has clearly turned on the online advertising community. As I outlined nearly five years ago, the failure of the industry to put in place meaningful controls and consumer choice regarding data collection AND stem the tide of malicious advertising will bring about a “tragedy of the advertising commons”.