Dave Crocker

Dave Crocker

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David H. Crocker is a principal with Brandenburg InternetWorking. He designs network-based applications businesses and distributed system architectures. His current efforts focus on the creation of Internet-based businesses built on a solid foundation of customer benefit and revenue potential.

Dave worked in the ARPA network research community during the 1970s, and led product development efforts at MCI and various Silicon Valley companies, during the 1980s. He then founded several startup companies, serving as CEO for one. Dave developed and operated two national email services, designed two others, and was CEO of a community non-profit ISP. His senior management product efforts cover email clients and servers, core protocol stacks for TCP/IP and OSI, network management control stations, and knowledge management tools for product support. For his work on email, Dave is a co-recipient of the 2004 IEEE Internet Award.

Dave has been leading and authoring Internet standards for thirty-five years, covering Internet mail, instant messaging, facsimile and EDI. He has also contributed to work on Internet security, ecommerce, domain name service, emergency services, and even some TCP and IP enhancements. He has authored more than 50 IETF Requests For Comments. Dave served as an Area Director for the Internet Engineering Task Force, variously overseeing network management, middleware and the IETF standards process. He is also a Senior Technical Adviser for the Messaging, Malware and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group (M3AAWG) industry trade association.

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2019 - Oct 15 on Celebrating Twenty Years of the UDRP
2019 - Jul 17 on How the Internet Can Be Enormously Accelerated Without Fiber-Optic Cables or LEO Satellites
2019 - Jul 17 on How the Internet Can Be Enormously Accelerated Without Fiber-Optic Cables or LEO Satellites
2019 - Jul 15 on How the Internet Can Be Enormously Accelerated Without Fiber-Optic Cables or LEO Satellites
2019 - Jul 15 on How the Internet Can Be Enormously Accelerated Without Fiber-Optic Cables or LEO Satellites
2019 - Jul 15 on How the Internet Can Be Enormously Accelerated Without Fiber-Optic Cables or LEO Satellites
2019 - Jul 15 on How the Internet Can Be Enormously Accelerated Without Fiber-Optic Cables or LEO Satellites
2019 - Jul 14 on How the Internet Can Be Enormously Accelerated Without Fiber-Optic Cables or LEO Satellites
2019 - Jul 13 on How the Internet Can Be Enormously Accelerated Without Fiber-Optic Cables or LEO Satellites
2017 - Sep 19 on Preliminary Thoughts on the Equifax Hack
2016 - Aug 05 on How the Clinton "Village" Transformed Internet Paradigms: Together Making a Difference
2016 - Aug 03 on How the Clinton "Village" Transformed Internet Paradigms: Together Making a Difference
2016 - Aug 03 on How the Clinton "Village" Transformed Internet Paradigms: Together Making a Difference
2016 - May 28 on IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole
2016 - May 28 on IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole
2016 - May 28 on IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole
2016 - May 28 on IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole
2016 - May 27 on IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole
2016 - May 27 on IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole
2016 - May 27 on IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole
2016 - May 26 on IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole
2012 - Jun 16 on Interoperability Testing Event for DMARC Email Anti-Spoofing Specification
2011 - Jun 23 on Searching Under Lampposts with DKIM
2009 - Aug 09 on Why Can't We Make the Internet Secure?
2009 - Jul 05 on Turn the Table on Content Filtering
2009 - Apr 30 on A Few Thoughts on the Future of Email Authentication
2007 - Sep 26 on Developing Internet Standards: How Can the Engineering Community and the Users Meet?
2006 - Feb 16 on Internet Governance: An Antispam Perspective
2006 - Feb 16 on How Bad is Goodmail?
2006 - Feb 11 on Challenges in Anti-Spam Efforts
2006 - Feb 10 on Challenges in Anti-Spam Efforts
2006 - Feb 10 on Challenges in Anti-Spam Efforts
2004 - Oct 27 on Why DomainKeys is Broken

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