Learn About Security and Trust
TrustSphere believes in the value of participation and contribution to industry affiliations. The organizations below provide valuable advancement in the areas of electronic communication security and trust.
|AISA The Australian Information Security Association (AISA) is an Australian representative industry body for the information security profession.Formed in 1999, AISA is focussed on individual membership. AISA aims to foster and promote the development of the information security industry and encourage the professional development of our members.We have continued to grow our membership base in excess of 1200 members and extend our geographical reach across Australia. AISA caters to all domains within the information security field with focus groups, presentations at meetings and networking opportunities.|
|Asia Cloud Computing Association Asia Cloud offers a very specific forum for stakeholders – hardware and software developers, carriers, enterprise users, policy makers and researchers – to collaborate on the requirements of the Asia market from within, with expertise born of local knowledge. As a collaborative forum, Asia Cloud will accelerate the growth of the cloud market regionally by helping remove obstacles and leveraging opportunities.|
|DKIM DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) lets an organization take responsibility for a message that is in transit. The organization is a handler of the message, either as its originator or as an intermediary. Their reputation is the basis for evaluating whether to trust the message for further handling, such as delivery. Technically DKIM provides a method for validating a domain name identity that is associated with a message through cryptographic authentication.|
|DMARC DMARC, which stands for “Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance”, is a technical specification created by a group of organizations that want to help reduce the potential for email-based abuse by solving a couple of long-standing operational, deployment, and reporting issues related to email authentication protocols.|
Sharing Critical, Authoritative Information Across a Range of Industry Players. Instantly launched in 1999, FS-ISAC was established by the financial services sector in response to 1998′s Presidential Directive 63. That directive – later updated by 2003′s Homeland Security Presidential Directive 7 – mandated that the public and private sectors share information about physical and cyber security threats and vulnerabilities to help protect the U.S. critical infrastructure.
|MAAWG The purpose of MAAWG is to bring the messaging industry together to work collaboratively and to successfully address the various forms of messaging abuse, such as spam, viruses, denial-of-service attacks and other messaging exploitations. To accomplish this, MAAWG develops initiatives in the three areas necessary to resolve the messaging abuse problem: industry collaboration, technology, and public policy.|
|OTA OTA’s mission is to create an online trust community, promoting business practices and technologies to enhance consumer trust and the vitality of interactive marketing, ecommerce, governmental and online financial services. OTA is the only global organization which represents the broad internet ecosystem supporting user choice and control, protection of critical infrastructure, privacy and data governance, promoting marketing best practices, balanced legislation, benchmark reporting, and self-governance.|
|SiTF The Singapore infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF) comprises corporate members ranging from local start-ups to established MNCs. It works with various stakeholders in the ICT industry to promote emerging technologies and ICT-related issues in areas such as Digital Media, Cloud Computing, Green IT, Wireless, Security and Governance.|