The Internet infrastructure industry faces a diverse set of serious issues regarding security, safety, and privacy. To address these issues, we need to learn from and cooperate with each other along with other like-minded organizations who understand the nuts and bolts of the Internet.
The Best Practices Initiative facilitates important discussions and cooperation on methods and practices that will promote security, safety and privacy across the Internet. Best Practices topics are presented in a quarterly series of webinars that address specific topics in the industry.
2021 Best Practices Speaker Series
The 2021 i2Coalition Best Practices Speaker Series highlights actions, initiatives and ideas within the Internet’s infrastructure aimed at making the Internet a better, safer place.
Each quarter, i2C member Jim Galvin will moderate a webinar on a specific topic in the industry, and highlighting further action that can be taken by members. Each session is approximately two hours, and may be attended by current i2Coalition members. The webinar-style format allows members to ask questions, and share their knowledge and experiences.
The themes for 2021 are as follows:
- Q1 2021: Trust and Safety in the DNS – February 17th, 2021
- Q2 2021: Anti-phishing, Malware & spam Mitigation – June 23, 2021
- Q3 2021: Addressing Harmful Content Online, Including CSAM- TBD
- Q4 2021: Cloud Cybersecurity Efforts- TBD
The first webinar in the series can be seen here:
We’re always looking for current and new members to get involved and help us tackle these issues. If this sounds like something you’re interested in being involved in, please contact us about joining the i2Coalition.
Recent Updates In Best Practices
The i2Coalition to Host Free Webinar on Addressing CSAM and Other Harmful Online Content – Oct 6, 2021
i2Coalition is excited to announce Q3 of the Best Practices Speaker Series on October 6th at 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. EST / 15:00-16:30 UTC. “Addressing Harmful Content Online, Including CSAM” will showcase the work that is being done throughout the Internet industry, highlighting places where we are working together well as an industry to abolish harmful […]
i2Coalition Announces Best Practices Speaker Series on Anti-Phishing, Malware and Spam Mitigation: June 23, 2021
i2Coalition is excited to announce Q2 of the Best Practices Speaker Series on June 23rd at 12:00PM-1:30PM EST/4:00PM-5:30PM UTC. We launched our first ever Best Practices Speaker Series in January 2021, which focused on the Internet’s Trust and Safety in the DNS. The event was a success and very well received. We are now focusing […]
The Internet infrastructure industry faces a diverse set of serious issues regarding security, safety, and privacy. To address these issues, we need to learn from and cooperate with each other along with other like-minded organizations who understand the nuts and bolts of the Internet. The i2Coalition’s Best Practices Initiative has long endeavored to facilitate important […]
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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 Russo of the PCI Security Standards Council. Bob explained the latest measures you can take to properly secure payment card data, how to take precautions, and mitigate risk. Failure to do can lead to fines […]
The following post originally appeared on The WHIR about our upcoming webinar focusing on understanding your role in fighting child endangerment on your network: This Thursday, April 17, 2014, the WHIR is pleased to host National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) and i2Coaliton for a free webinar from 2-3 pm. CyberTipline Program Manager […]
If you are an i2Coalition Member and would like to join the Best Practices Initiative, you or your company representative can sign into the i2Coalition Member Network and join this or any other working groups. If you are not a member but are interested in membership to the Best Practices Initiative, please contact Membership Director, Hilary van der Meulen using the form below.