A PDF Chart of all legal actions taken by enforcement agencies since CASL came into effect.Read More
Category: Frequently Asked Questions
CAUCE is proud to announce the publication of the new Operation Safety-Net. This document is intended for business and government leaders (but interesting to anyone), and contains 60 pages of clear and readable advice. It...Read More
By accessing cauce.org you do not have permission to send messages containing offers, promotions, or marketing of any kind to any email address posted on this site.Read More
Speaking as a Canadian, Sochi was pretty nice. However, in terms of cybercrime, NBC recently published a report which sums it up pretty well : Skilled, Cheap Russian Hackers Power American Cybercrime The following clip is...Read More
I just received this email ostensibly from business reputation firm Dub & Bradstreet. The fact that I don’t actually have a business at present time didn’t escape me, but the verbiage of the email is compelling, and I can...Read More
We have found what appears to be an official version of the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commissions (CRTC) Canada’s Anti-Spam Law CASL regulations. Here is a quick summary:Read More
Epsilon Interactive, who sends commercial email on behalf of hundreds of companies, admitted to a security breach that they detected some time in March. Epsilon and its parent company, Alliance Data, have posted two press...Read More
Marketing as Usual? Not a chance. – Epsilon corporate catch phrase A series of attacks on the Email Service Provider (ESP) community began in late 2009. The criminals spear-phish their way into these companies that provide...Read More
Imagine my surprise (I imagine yours to be similar), when whilst sitting around watching t.v. on a cold Sunday afternoon I was fiddling with my new iPad, and decided during a commercial to cross-check my gmail contacts to my...Read More
I spotted a disturbing headline which reminded me to repost a recent series about online privacy in the Wall Street Journal. Suit alleges Disney, other top sites spied on users – CNET NewsA lawsuit filed in federal court...Read More
The first step (but certainly not the last) towards saving the internet from spam, malware, and other abuse is to keep your own network clean.
A friend of CAUCE offers these tips and resources to help you identify problem traffic emanating from your network, and clean it up. Though primarily written for ISPs, many of the items below should apply equally well to any network owner.
Summer tends to be moving time here in Montreal, as it is elsewhere. This year, I have decided to move, and thought it would be an opportune time to share a warning about some scams that are related to this seemingly harmless...Read More