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M3AAWG is a National Cyber Security Month Champion

Once again, M3AAWG is an official Champion of #CyberAware Month and is helping to spread the word to make end-users safer.  For example, the official National Cyber Awareness Month website STOP THINK CONNECT offers some great tips to help end-users understand how to make their mobile devices more secure or to generate awareness about the issues related to sharing private data online. Get involved!  Become a Champion, educate your colleagues in your workplace and share the CyberAware recommendations that can help make the internet a safer place for everyone. (And yes, you can share the graphic shown here encouraging everyone to update the security software on their devices.)

Industry Activist Neil Schwartzman to Keynote WorldHostingDays Singapore

Focusing on anti-abuse best practices for hosting and cloud services, long-time M3AAWG member, CAUCE Executive Director and industry activist Neil Schwartzman will address the September 2016 conference.  WHD.global is a world-class technology conference that brings together leading experts and insiders for high-value networking, informative discussions, and shared experiences. Over the last twelve years WHD.global has become the largest and most successful event for the hosting and cloud services industry.  Singapore is an independent city-state with a large technological footprint spanning the globe. Dozens of technology companies are based here or use Singapore as their gateway to South East Asia, including LinkedIn, Acronis, Microsoft, Red Hat, and more.

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Watch the February 2015 Facebook CSO Keynote Video


(Click the link above or access the video from the Meeting menu tab under Keynote Videos)

Joe Sullivan, Facebook Chief Security Officer, explains how the company is getting involved in sharing threat information and what their vision of a more open and connected security community looks like in this keynote presented at the February 2015 M3AAWG 33 General Meeting in San Francisco. The security fates of companies and organizations are increasingly intertwined. If one service gets compromised, it’s usually easier to compromise another. This reality demands a more open approach to security, one with effective information sharing between companies that is built upon flexible and dependable tools to keep up with the spread of malware and other threats.

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