Chris Linfoot

Chris Linfoot

IT Director @ LDV Group Limited
Joined on July 20, 2004
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About

Chris Linfoot is a senior IT executive working in the manufacturing (non-IT) sector.

He has particular interests in enterprise messaging and collaboration technologies, their secure operation and in safe and responsible corporate use of the Internet.

Chris is currently IT Director at LDV, the British volume van manufacturer which currently manufactures the Maxus range of vans, minibuses and chassis cabs.

Prior to LDV he was one of two divisional CIOs at APV plc (now part of Invensys) and has worked continuously in maunfacturing industry in senior/strategic IT roles for c. 20 years.

Except where otherwise noted, all postings by Chris Linfoot on CircleID are licensed under a Creative Commons License.

Comments

2008 - Jul 10 on Why New TLDs Don't Matter
2008 - Apr 07 on In Praise of OpenDNS and a Wii Factoid
2008 - Apr 04 on An Open Letter to Yahoo!'s Postmaster
2008 - Apr 03 on Trust in Email Begins with Authentication
2005 - Sep 15 on Sitefinder Writ Small
2005 - Mar 01 on Does CAN-SPAM Really Matter?
2005 - Mar 01 on Does CAN-SPAM Really Matter?
2004 - Oct 28 on Why DomainKeys is Broken
2004 - Oct 27 on Why DomainKeys is Broken
2004 - Sep 10 on A Network by Any Other Name
2004 - Sep 03 on Sender ID: A Tale of Open Standards and Corporate Greed? - Part I
2004 - Sep 02 on Sender ID: A Tale of Open Standards and Corporate Greed? - Part I
2004 - Aug 20 on Sender Address Verification: Solving the Spam Crisis
2004 - Jul 27 on Sender Address Verification: Solving the Spam Crisis

Topic Interests

SpamEmailDNSNew TLDsICANNIPv6 TransitionCybersecurityThreat IntelligenceWhoisMalwarePolicy & RegulationArtificial IntelligenceNetworksInternet ProtocolDomain NamesWebRegistry Services

Recent Blogs

An Open Letter to Yahoo!‘s Postmaster

In Praise of OpenDNS and a Wii Factoid

Sitefinder Writ Small

Why DomainKeys is Broken

Popular Posts

Why DomainKeys is Broken

An Open Letter to Yahoo!‘s Postmaster

Sitefinder Writ Small

In Praise of OpenDNS and a Wii Factoid