Article category: News

Why you should use a VPN service to prevent cyber threats

by Guest - 31.07.2018

Not sure which cybersecurity options are worth investing in? These days, users are increasingly turning to premium VPN services to thwart hackers and snoops. Here's a quick overview of why a quality VPN service is one of the most effective ways to protect your online security and privacy.

WHOIS database under GDPR: temporary measures in place

by Guest - 18.07.2018

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the biggest change to the handling of personal data on the internet in more than 20 years. And GDPR compliance, a legal requirement for any website used by EU citizens, is forcing the domain name industry to reconsider how the WHOIS database works. ICANN's solution.

Domain industry's latest policies will ensure GDPR compliance

by Luc - 05.07.2018

GDPR compliance concerns continue to dominate discussions throughout the domain industry and nowhere was this more apparent than at the ICANN 62 Policy Meeting in Panama City. What you need to know about new policies and protocols ICANN is putting in place to ensure data privacy.

New registrar data escrow service agent coming to EuroDNS

by Luc - 28.06.2018

What're you gonna do when Bruce Willis or Daniel Craig fail to stop a massive cyberattack against the world's domain name registrars? You're gonna call in the Schwarzenegger of the domain industry - a registrar data escrow (RDE) service agent! See how RDE works and why EuroDNS is migrating to a new agent.

US net neutrality all but dead: will there be a global impact?

by Daniel - 11.06.2018

On June 11th, American net neutrality protections expired, making it easier for ISPs to block, speed up, or slow down access to online content within the Unites States. The issue is of concern to many Americans but if you live outside the US should you care? Some thoughts on the global impact of the US's loss of an open Internet.

Top five email marketing strategies to ensure GDPR compliance

by Daniel - 28.05.2018

GDPR unleashed an epic spam attack, customers everywhere asked via subject line, “Are we breaking up?” No one needed reminding that customers hate spam which, ironically, the GDPR prohibits. But that's not all it prohibits. To keep customers happy, you're going to need to rethink your email marketing strategies.