M3AAWG expands the Anti-Abuse fight to include new emerging threats and associated technologies
Post-Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Computing have been topics of discussion for many years and of late have been picking up momentum quickly with new breakthroughs in innovations. The Post-Quantum Transition keynote and panel sessions in Montreal were quite eye opening for members to hear about the upcoming impacts.
Back to Basics: Securing U.S. Elections Requires a Return to Time-Tested Tactics
The digitization of voting machines and the general reliance on digital communications have introduced new digital threats complicating the election landscape. With the advent of the internet, digital communications have increased across all sectors creating a host of new vulnerabilities.
M3AAWG brings industry together to tackle challenging cybersecurity threats
State government and industry expert panelists came together to discuss past, present, and future risks with the electoral process and how we can work together to secure the way we choose our future leaders.
M3AAWG Attends JP-AAWG’s Second Annual Meeting, Deepening International Collaboration
The event highlights the significance and increasingly global nature of online abuse and vulnerabilities, and more importantly the need to collaborate with international partners that are aligned in combating and preventing these threats.