Join the Coalition for a Secure & Transparent Internet (CSTI) in a virtual briefing on the latest surrounding domain registration information, also known as WHOIS. WHOIS information served as a bedrock of cyber protections since the dawn of the modern Internet.

On Thursday, June 2nd from 10:00 – 11:30 AM EST, CSTI will be hosting a collection of experts to provide a thorough understanding of how WHOIS data contributed to a safer Internet and how the loss of access to this information has contributed to an increase in cyber-crimes and left the public, our institutions and our infrastructure more vulnerable to cyber threats – both foreign and domestic. Presenting will be representatives from the Executive branch, former law enforcement, cyber security professionals and others.

Register here in advance for this webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Speakers to include:

John (Jack) Bennett, Managing Director, Kroll
Alan Brill, Senior Managing Director, Kroll
Rick Lane, Strategic Advisor, Iggy Ventures
Adam Candeub, Professor of Law & Director of the Intellectual Property, Information & Communications Law Program, Michigan State University
Fabricio Vayra, Partner, Perkins Coie
Daniel Castro, Vice President, ITIF, and Director, Center for Data Innovation
Tod Cohen, Partner, O’Melveny
Daniel Burke, Chief, Investigative Services Division, Office of Criminal Investigations, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

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About the Coalition for a Secure and Transparent Internet
The Coalition for a Secure and Transparent Internet (CSTI) was formed to educate federal and international policymakers and stakeholders on the critical importance of open access to WHOIS data, and to advocate for appropriate policy decisions to protect this crucial tool. CSTI is comprised of companies, nonprofits, trade associations, academics and others who support open access to WHOIS data.