Fighting Internet spam in Brazil: Historical overview and reflections on combating spam and managing port 25, coordinated by the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee

tipo: Livros
publicado em: 22 de maio de 2017
por: CGI.BR
The book “Fighting Internet spam in Brazil: Historical overview and reflections on combating spam and managing port 25, coordinated by the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee” describes how the country, once referred to as "a spam kingdom", managed to become an international example of cooperation among distinct sectors to solve issues concerning the misuse of the Internet infrastructure. In addition to it, the book features a brief report about the Port 25 Management Program implementation, and also accounts of its main players’ experience.

"Sharing experiences and case studies is crucial to fighting spam, and for the past fifteen years Internet governance and regulation has been a recurring theme in many forums. The English and Spanish versions of this book will not only provide our work with a greater visibility, but also inspire other countries,” Henrique Faulhaber points out. Faulhaber, who is a CGI.br board member, organized the book in collaboration with Cristine Hoepers and Klaus Steding-Jessen, of the Computer Emergence Response Team Brazil (CERT.br), a center for studies on handling computer security incidents in the country.