Lauren Price

Lauren Price

Sr. Product Marketing Manager, .ORG, The Public Interest Registry
Joined on March 1, 2009
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About

Lauren joined the .ORG team in 2008 as a Senior Product Marketing Manager and is Chair of the DNSSEC Industry Coalition.  In this role, Lauren is working to find creative and innovative ways to differentiate and grow the .ORG domain name extension. Lauren has worked in the domain name industry for 8 years with her tenure at VeriSign as an Account Manager for the Domain Name Registrars. Her experience includes account management, business development, channel management, B2B marketing, market research specifically in the domain name industry and pay-per-click advertising space, and competitive analysis all with a strong focus on customer care and customer relationship building. Lauren is a certified Product Manager through the Association of International Product Marketing & Management and holds a bachelor’s degree in communication from George Mason University.

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2009 - Oct 08 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - Oct 05 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - Oct 02 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - May 03 on Another Attack, Another Reason for the Urgency of DNSSEC Adoption
2009 - May 02 on Another Attack, Another Reason for the Urgency of DNSSEC Adoption

Topic Interests

DNSDNS SecurityAccess ProvidersCybersecurityNew TLDsRegistry ServicesICANNInternet ProtocolDomain NamesCyberattackCybercrime

Recent Blogs

Dan Kaminsky Releases Phreebird for Easy DNSSEC

DNSSEC Taking Center Stage at 2010 Black Hat

DNSSEC Deployment Among ISPs: The Why, How, and What

Today Marks a Giant Step Towards DNSSEC Deployment

DNSSEC Ready Set Go! But, Wait, Are You Ready?

Popular Posts

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