Information on the benefits and potential issues with encrypting DNS traffic for both end-users wanting to implement encrypted DNS on their personal devices or home broadband networks and for ISPs or enterprise administrators considering it for their corporate networks, including recommendations for M3AAWG members and the online anti-abuse eco-system.
Dave Piscitello Receives 2019 M3AAWG Mary Litynski Award
“With his persistent and unswerving outreach, Dave was eventually able to push the industry to address domain name system abuse to the point that preventive measures have become an ongoing discussion area within the ICANN community,” and he has continued to contribute to anti-abuse work for decades, said Severin Walker, M3AAWG Chairman of the Board.
The keynote presentation by the documentary filmmakers of Pioneers in Skirts at a recent M3AAWG meeting provided the opportunity to further the dialogue on these important issues and to look at the specific programs we have launched to promote diversity and inclusion within M3AAWG.
LACNOG-M3AAWG Issue Minimum Security Requirements for Customer Premises Equipment Acquisition
The recommendations are based on industry experience and are essential in deterring Denial of Service (DoS) attacks that make use of vulnerable network infrastructure devices, Internet of Things (IoT) devices and malware infections.