MAAWG Offers Free Video Training on IPv6 for SendersBy Messaging Anti-abuse Working Group maawg, PRNE
Sunday, February 6, 2011
Prepares Marketers for Transition to Updated Protocol
SAN FRANCISCO, February 7, 2011 - As the world prepares to transition to IPv6, what do legitimate senders
and marketers need to know about the updated protocol and how it will affect
their operations? The Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG) is helping
senders find the answers to these questions with a free video "IPv6 for
Senders" now available on the MAAWG website.
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While some organizations are already deploying IPv6, most legitimate
senders and marketers have not yet made the transition. The MAAWG video
demystifies Version 6 for senders who need to understand how the impending
industry switch from IPv4 will impact their mailings.
The presentation by Internet security and IPv6 expert Joe St Sauver,
Ph.D., a MAAWG senior technical advisor and frequent industry speaker,
provides a basic primer to help marketers understand how and when to
implement IPv6 email. The approximately hour-long course is available in 20-
to 25-minute video segments, including an introduction to basic concepts, an
examination of the drivers and myths affecting IPv6 adoption, and a review of
Industry professionals can watch the videos at
www.maawg.org/activities/training/ipv6-video-list or access them from
the Activities menu on the MAAWG site at www.maawg.org. The course was
originally presented in October 2010 at the organization's Washington, D.C.
"Assisting marketers and volume senders in understanding how and when to
make a timely and smooth transition to IPv6 will help keep legitimate email
flowing with fewer disruptions as the industry moves to the new protocol. Joe
St Sauver is a recognized leader in this field and active in a number of
Internet organizations. We are fortunate to be able to share his experience
on this subject with senders," said MAAWG Chairman Michael O'Reirdan.
This is the second video in the MAAWG Training Series that the
organization has made available to the industry. A detailed course on DKIM
implementation is also available in four parts on the MAAWG site.
About the Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG)
The Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG) is where the messaging
industry comes together to work against spam, viruses, denial-of-service
attacks and other online exploitation. MAAWG (www.MAAWG.org)
represents more than one billion mailboxes from some of the largest network
operators worldwide. It is the only organization addressing messaging abuse
holistically by systematically engaging all aspects of the problem, including
technology, industry collaboration and public policy. MAAWG leverages the
depth and experience of its global membership to tackle abuse on existing
networks and new emerging services. It also works to educate global policy
makers on the technical and operational issues related to online abuse and
messaging. Headquartered in San Francisco, Calif., MAAWG is an open forum
driven by market needs and supported by major network operators and messaging
Media Contact: Linda Marcus, APR, +1-714-974-6356, LMarcus@astra.cc,
MAAWG Board of Directors: AOL; AT&T (NYSE: T); Bank of America;
Cloudmark, Inc.; Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA); Cox Communications; Eloqua;
Facebook; France Telecom (NYSE and Euronext: FTE); Goodmail Systems; Openwave
Systems (NASDAQ: OPWV); PayPal; Return Path, Inc.; Tata Communications (NYSE:
TCL); Time Warner Cable; Verizon Communications; and Yahoo! Inc.
MAAWG Full Members: 1&1 Internet AG; Antevenio; Apple Inc.; Cisco
Systems, Inc.; Constant Contact (CTCT); e-Dialog; Edatis; Email Sender and
Provider Coalition; Experian CheetahMail; Genius.com; Internet Initiative
Japan, (IIJ NASDAQ: IIJI); McAfee Inc.; Scality; Spamhaus; Sprint; Symantec;
Trend Micro, Inc.; YouSendIt; and Zynga, Inc.
A complete member list is available at www.maawg.org/about/roster.
Linda Marcus, APR of Astra Communications, +1-714-974-6356, LMarcus at astra.cc
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