The i2Coalition signs New America’s Open Technology Institute’s open letter to President Obama on privacy and encryption backdoors.
Ambassador Sepulveda requested a private roundtable with i2Coalition member companies, to discuss the needs of Internet infrastructure companies.
We’ve collected a series of articles to help navigate the debate around encryption on the Internet that has ebbed and flowed for nearly twenty years.
The wholesale ban on encryption will be an initiative that most other countries won’t be keen on trying to implement.
Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coaliton) Co-Founder and Board Chairman Christian Dawson released the following statement in response to President Obama’s 2015 State of the Union address.
Governments. The Internet. Freedom. Privacy. Security. When you put all of those terms together it’s usually because they’ve had yet another head-on collision.
NamesCon kicks off in Las Vegas in less than two weeks and the i2Coalition is excited to be a part […]
The following is a guest post by Oren Falkowitz, CEO of Area 1 Security about joining the i2Coalition. Every aspect of our […]
Best Practices Webinar: Protect Your Customers, Protect Yourself Learn How to Take Precautions and Mitigate Risk
Missed our last Best Practices Webinar on July 24? Not a problem! View the presentation from our webinar with Bob […]
As a new version of the USA FREEDOM Act surveillance reform bill is expected to be introduced in the Senate […]