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DNS-OARC workshops represent a unique opportunity to increase the visibility of your organization, products and services to the key influencers who operate the Internet's DNS and other key players in the global Internet community.
The RIPE NCC is an independent, not-for-profit membership organisation that supports the infrastructure of the Internet. The most prominent activity of the RIPE NCC is to act as a Regional Internet Registry (RIR) providing Internet number resources and related services to a current membership base of around 10,200 members in over 75 countries. These members consist mainly of Internet Service Providers (ISPs), telecommunication organisations and large corporations located in Europe, the Middle East and parts of Central Asia.
The RIPE NCC also provides a range of technical and coordination services and supports the global Internet community by providing data, expertise and a neutral platform for the exchange of ideas.
Deteque, a division of Spamhaus, is integrated with a global network of service providers and a community of security researchers who are dedicated to collecting, collating and delivering DNS-related threat intelligence. Since 1998, Spamhaus has been working as a trusted third party, currently protecting three billion user mailboxes, blocking the vast majority of spam and malware sent on the Internet.
PowerDNS, founded in the late 1990s, is a premier supplier of open-source DNS software and a commercial DNS-based Platform for malware and content filtering. Deployed throughout the world with some of the most demanding users of DNS, we pride ourselves on providing quality software and the very best support available. Since 2015 we are part of Open-Xchange.
We develop prototypes and test new technologies and systems. Our work helps to increase the security and stability of .nl, the Domain Name System and the infrastructure of the internet. We often work with other companies and research institutes, including the University of Twente, Delft University of Technology, TNO and NLnet Labs.