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Internet Policy Task Force Cybersecurity Green Paper

 

Internet Policy Task Force Cybersecurity Green Paper

Comments received in Response to
Federal Register Notice 110527305-1303-02

Date Received from
6/23/2011 Roger Z
6/27/2011 It's Me! Security
7/28/2011 Information Technology Industry Coucil
7/29/2011 StopBadware
7/29/2011 StopBadware
7/29/2011 American National Standards Institute
7/29/2011 Bay Area Council
7/29/2011 U.S. Chamber of Commerce
7/31/2011 Pomcor
8/1/2011 Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG)
8/1/2011 US Telecom
8/1/2011 U.S. Public Policy Council (USACM) of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
8/1/2011 Visa
8/1/2011 Thomson Reuters
8/1/2011 TechAmerica
8/1/2011 Google, Inc.
8/1/2011 Joyce Dillard
8/1/2011 CAUCE North America
8/1/2011 Internet Security Alliance
8/1/2011 Software & Information Industry Association
8/1/2011 Business Software Alliance
8/1/2011 Zix Corporation
8/1/2011 Vir-Sec, Inc.
8/1/2011 General Dynamics
8/1/2011 IT Sector Coordinating Council
8/1/2011 Symantec
8/1/2011 National Cyber Security Alliance
8/1/2011 Cisco, IBM, Intel, Oracle
8/1/2011 Online Trust Alliance (OTA)
8/4/2011 PayPal
8/8/2011 Center for Democracy and Technology
8/11/2011 U.S. Chamber of Commerce
 9/21/2011 Microsoft
Created August 3, 2011, Updated September 21, 2016