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Tuesday, November 10 • 09:00 - 10:30
BPF Regulation and mitigation of unsolicited communications

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Spam continues to be a significant problem for Internet users, creating a burden for developing countries, networks, operators and all end users. High volumes of unsolicited email can cause significant impacts to regions with limited Internet access as well as raise concerns for all regions with the increasing malware infections that come from unwanted email. Unsolicited email may be magnified in developing countries, where high volumes of incoming and outgoing spam can cause a severe drain on the limited and costly bandwidth that is available in those regions. Cooperation and partnerships among all stakeholders is needed to develop strategies and approaches to mitigating spam. For that reason, addressing the problem of spam requires a multistakeholder discussion and a framework of suggested approaches, including the need to engage governments in the discussion of how to reduce the threat and impact of spam globally. This discussion with a panel of experts will focus on the “Regulation and mitigation of unwanted communications (e.g. "spam") draft outcome document and will include examples of best practices they use to address the proliferation of spam in their regions/country’s that might be useful to include in the draft as possible recommendations. Output expected from the session would be review and consensus regarding the draft outcomes document, feedback on the text and indication of support for the for the recommendations and next steps that the report outlines

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Wout de Natris

Consultant/owner, De Natris Consult
Apart from organising Workshop #153 'Let's break down silos in cyber security and cyber crime' on behalf of SIDN and NLIGF, you can talk to me about cyber security and SMEs, national and international cooperation and opportunities to build bridges between different silos. I'm interested to hear your views and/or discuss how I can aid you in achieving your goals in establishing cyber security and better prevent cyber crime.

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Tuesday November 10, 2015 09:00 - 10:30
Workshop Room 5

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