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.
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.
Save the date. Panels to include speakers from the public & private sectors, with updates on key issues including facial recognition, online tracking, breach legislation, and the IoT trust framework.. Hosted at the Holland & Knight Conference Center. Contact OTA for more information at 425-455-7400. Limited to OTA members and invited guests who abide to "Chatham House Rule"
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”.
Guest Blog from Global Sign - I’m excited to have a guest on today’s blog – Craig Spiezle, the Executive Director and President of the Online Trust Alliance (OTA). The OTA is well known for its online security initiatives, including Data Privacy and Protection Day and the annual Online Trust Audit and Honor Roll, and earlier this year announced it was expanding its sights to the Internet of Things (IoT).
Today the OTA Board of Directors has agreed to allow any interested party to become a member of the IoT Working Group without having to become a full member of the Online Trust Alliance.The goal is to bring many stakeholders to the table with a shared focus to establish best practices and a framework focused on security, privacy and sustainability. All existing OTA member companies in good standing are granted membership at no-charge. Working together we can help shape the future of the “internet of everything” while preserving consumer privacy and security, demonstrating a
Today OTA announced with regret it was withdrawing support of the multi-stakeholder process convened by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration to develop a voluntary code of conduct pertaining to facial recognition technology. We commend the efforts of NTIA staff including John Verdi and others who have brought to the table a wide range of subject matter experts for us to learn from over the past 16 months. Regrettably here has been little meaningful progress and it has become clear that we will be unable to reach consensus on fundamental i