Wout de Natris

Wout de Natris

Consultant internet governance
Joined on November 8, 2010
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About

As a consultant I specialise in establishing new and different relationships between industry and governments. Complex internet governance challenges are brought forward either through projects, research and/or workshops towards forward looking, more consensual solutions. 

Six years of experience in spam and malware enforcement and the setting up of and participation in national and international cooperation programs have made me an expert in building trust and relations.

Except where otherwise noted, all postings by Wout de Natris on CircleID are licensed under a Creative Commons License.

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2020 - Apr 01 on Why Are Internet Security Standards Badly Deployed and What to Do About It?
2020 - Mar 13 on Why Are Internet Security Standards Badly Deployed and What to Do About It?
2020 - Mar 13 on Why Are Internet Security Standards Badly Deployed and What to Do About It?
2012 - Dec 13 on Three New Cyber Security Threats in One Day
2012 - Oct 25 on Is ICANN Stumbling Forward? GAC Advice and Shared Decision Making Procedures
2012 - Feb 07 on Reducing Unreachable ICANN Registrations
2012 - Jan 24 on Implications of Canada's CASL - Toughest Anti-Spam Law the World Has Ever Seen
2012 - Jan 20 on Implications of Canada's CASL - Toughest Anti-Spam Law the World Has Ever Seen
2011 - Dec 31 on Antispam Law Draws Backlash
2011 - Nov 29 on ARIN Launches WHOWAS: Trial Service Providing Historical Information for a Given IP Address
2011 - Oct 13 on When Cyber Awareness Is Fundamentally Lacking
2011 - Oct 07 on Government and Botnets
2011 - Jul 01 on What's New In the Field of Cybersecurity Cooperation
2011 - Jun 16 on Is Internet Part of the Curriculum of Universities?
2011 - May 30 on Solving the Spam Problem
2011 - May 17 on The Ugly End of the Phone Network
2011 - May 11 on Slippery Slope
2011 - May 11 on Why Isn't Mobile Malware More Popular?
2011 - Apr 22 on 9 Thoughts on Stepping Up Spam and Malware Enforcement
2011 - Mar 28 on Neelie Kroes, the EU, Cloud Computing, Regulation and Good Ears
2011 - Mar 23 on We Need Smarter Governments to Manage a Changing Global Environment
2011 - Feb 27 on ICANN-Law Enforcement Due Diligence Recommendations and Fundamental Rights
2011 - Feb 19 on Foreign Hackers Attack Canadian Government
2011 - Feb 01 on Are We at the Dawn of a New Cold War?
2010 - Dec 15 on Canada's Anti-spam Bill C-28 is the Law of the Land
2010 - Dec 06 on eco: 100K PCs Cleaned Through Anti-Botnet Center
2010 - Nov 08 on Kidnapping, Theft and Rape Are Not "Cyber" Crimes

Topic Interests

CybersecuritySpamCybercrimePolicy & RegulationMalwareLawNew TLDsDomain NamesInternet GovernanceRegistry ServicesICANNAccess ProvidersCensorshipPrivacyCyberattackEmailNetworksWhoisRegional RegistriesIPv6 Transition IPv4 MarketsCloud ComputingMobile InternetTelecomThreat IntelligenceWebData CenterDDoS AttackInternet of ThingsNet NeutralityDNS SecurityInternet ProtocolCoronavirusBroadbandP2PVoIP

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