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Updates and Commentary from the Messaging, Malware and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group

As businesses sent workers fully remote last year and operations across the globe relied solely on online connections, bad actors rapidly evolved their cyberattacks to prey on this virtual dependence. To effectively address increasingly sophisticated threats and protect end-users, the anti-abuse industry must constantly stay on the pulse of these emerging tactics.


Author: Severin Walker, M3AAWG Chairman

The digitization of voting machines, the general reliance on digital communications, and the global health crisis have introduced new threats complicating the election landscape. But democracy depends on free and fair elections, so election security in today’s context has become an all-hands effort and everyone involved must now be equally engaged in cybersecurity. 


The views expressed in DM3Z are those of the individual authors and do not necessarily reflect M3AAWG policy.

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