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Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands, 2010/05/18 - For dummies: How do you get rich spamming – another perception of the problem. An insider presentation by SpamExperts CTO van Donselaar.
During the recurring relationship day of the Dutch registry SIDN, SpamExperts CTO Dreas van Donselaar will be giving a presentation on the topic of spam. He will take a new angle and try to give the audience the option of seeing the world through the eyes of a spammer.
• Date: 20th May 2010
• Time: 10:30
• Venue: Stadium Galgenwaard
• Address: Herculesplein 241, Utrecht, Netherlands
“This presentation will give a clear view on the world of illegal email from the perspective of a spammer. For the anti-spam community, this is essential to better understand the problem and be able to more effectively fights the causes.”, says van Donselaar. Besides taking the perspective of a spammer, some new developments and possible solutions to resolving the spam problem will be presented.
The SIDN is the Dutch registry of the .nl TLD and responsible for the stability and the development of the .nl domain on the internet. According to the VeriSign Domain Name Report from February 2010, the .nl domain is the fifth most popular TLD in the world, only preceded by .com, .cn, .de, .uk. Considering the total size of the Netherlands, this is a very high figure and speaks for the high popularity of the .nl domain.
SpamExperts (spamexperts.com) is the leading provider of email security solutions from Amsterdam. Since 2004, SpamExperts has been growing its customer-base in Europe, the Americas, Africa and Australia and meanwhile has become market leader in a number of countries. All solutions are inhouse developed and are either offered via SaaS, or are directly installed as a managed software in the infrastructure of the customer. Prices for the Incoming filtering start at USD 0.30/ Domain/ Year, without user or inbox limitations. The latest additions to the product portfolio are an outgoing email filter server as well as an email archiving product.