Browse Blog Posts Tagged With “Conferences”

RSA Crowdsourced Submissions Explore Emerging Trends in Security

From Kickstarter to Wikipedia, crowdsourcing has become an incredibly popular way for organizations to tap into the collective intelligence of online communities. For the first time, organizers of the RSA Conference are allowing…

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3 Reasons to Meet OpenDNS At EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference

Next month the OpenDNS crew is headed to St. Louis for the EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference, and we couldn’t be more excited. It’s our second year attending the event, and we’re eager to gain a deeper…

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Five Questions with an OpenDNS User: Richard Wang

Editor’s note: EDUCAUSE, an organization that helps advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of Information Technology, hosts its annual conference this week. And we’re celebrating by introducing you to one of the…

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Heading to LISA '10 Next Week? Connect with OpenDNS

Next week, SysAdmins from around the country will be heading to San Jose, Calif., for the 24th annual Large Installation System Administration conference — and so will OpenDNS!

First, OpenDNS Founder David Ulevitch will be…

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World Economic Forum Names OpenDNS a 2011 Technology Pioneer

It’s been a tremendously exciting few weeks at OpenDNS. We’ve received some fantastic press coverage and experienced our biggest growth week ever. Today, I’m thrilled to announce some more good news: OpenDNS has been named a 2011…

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David Ulevitch on the future of DNS security at RSA

OpenDNS Founder and CTO David Ulevitch has been invited to speak about the future of DNS security at RSA 2009 in San Francisco. This is big news for a few reasons – first because more than 2,800 very well-qualified people…

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