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Gathering Context Around Emotet, Trickbot, and Dridex C&C Servers with Bulk IP Geolocation

Dridex, Trickbot, and Emotet are banking Trojans that have enabled cybercrime groups to steal hundreds of millions of dollars from their victims. These malware have evolved over the years, and just recently, Emotet was seen using stolen attachments to make their spam emails more credible. more

i2Coalition and DNA Merger Creates North America’s Largest Internet Infrastructure Advocacy Group

The combined association, which will operate under the name i2Coalition and maintain the i2Coalition's existing organizational and management structure, will be the largest Internet infrastructure advocacy group in North America. more

i2Coalition Launches Survey on the Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Internet Infrastructure Providers

The COVID-19 pandemic has proven the vital importance of Internet connectivity during a global crisis, and we want to find out exactly how Internet infrastructure providers are coping through a new survey. more

The Internet Infrastructure Industry Is Protecting Digital Trust and Fighting COVID-19 Related Fraud

As a global public health and economic crisis unfolds due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the world's population retreats to social distancing and isolation, the Internet is becoming indispensable to billions of people for purposes of work, leisure and obtaining important information. more

Carpet-Bombing Attacks: A Rising Threat to ISPs

News of a South African ISP's two-day outage sent the industry abuzz last month, highlighting the need for improved distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack mitigation. more

Currents of Change: Empowering the Growth and Interplay of Subsea and Interconnection

At the moment, the ecosystem of global interconnection and the worldwide web of subsea cables are experiencing a concurrent and dynamic expansion, making waves across the globe and generating a new era of diversified routes and developing nodes. more

Peering Versus IP Transit: Answering the Age-Old Question

The Internet is often described as a network of networks. In reality though, staying connected is often more complicated than that, especially as internet traffic volume increases by more than 40 percent every year. more

2016 U.S. Election: An Internet Forecast

The unexpected election of Donald Trump, along with continued Republican control of both houses of Congress will have a big impact on our US priorities. While the outlook remains unclear, we've prepared the memo below examining the initial impact the election may have on issues that matter to Internet infrastructure companies and organizations. more

Neustar Expands Professional Services Offerings for Communications Service Providers

The new offerings support the broad array of information services and analytics solutions offered by the company, which include business assurance, network analytics, and marketing and advertising analytics. more

Australian ISP iiNet selects ARI Registry Services to Help It Apply for and Operate .iinet TLD

iiNet, Australia's second largest DSL Internet provider, is embracing the next generation of online communication by applying for its own .brand Top-Level Domain, reinforcing its position as the leading challenger in the Australian telecommunications market. more