Barry Leiba

Barry Leiba

Principal and Chief Architect, Internet Messaging Technology
Joined on January 13, 2009
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About

Barry Leiba has worked on electronic mail and related projects since 1980, and on Internet email since around 1990. Until February 2009, he was a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM’s Thomas J. Watson Research Center, in Hawthorne, New York.  He currently divides his time among anti-spam work, Internet standards work related to messaging and email, and “pervasive computing” technology, using the ubiquity of computers and availability of information to provide richer services for people.  Barry has been on the Internet Architecture Board since 2007, and chairs the IETF DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail) working group.

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2011 - Jun 22 on Searching Under Lampposts with DKIM

Topic Interests

Internet ProtocolEmailIPv6 TransitionSpamWebDomain NamesCybersecurityThreat Intelligence

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