Fighting Spam, Educating Members on Best Practices, Law, and industry Developments to Fight Spam and Protect Email and a Viable and Essential Communications Tool

Formed in November 2002, the ESPC's membership is comprised of many of the largest and most innovative technology providers in the email industry, including Email Service Providers (ESPs), Mail Transfer Agents, application and solution developers, and deliverability solutions providers. 

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Recent Happenings

BNA Breaking News: Senate Cybersecurity Information-Sharing Bill Moves

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) this evening moved to proceed to S. 754 a bill that would allow companies that voluntarily share cybersecurity threat information to receive liability protection. McConnell then filed cloture on the motion to proceed to the measure.

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Brian Krebs on email: "Like cutting off a limb to save the body"

Administration decides to retaliate against China for OPM breach

The New York Times reports: "The Obama administration has determined that it must retaliate against China for the theft of the personal information of more than 20 million Americans from the databases of the Office of Personnel Management, but it is still struggling to decide what it can do without prompting an escalating cyberconflict.

"The decision came after the administration concluded that the hacking attack was so vast in scope and ambition that the usual practices for dealing with traditional espionage cases did not apply.

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Chinese cyberattacks focusing on Silicon Valley

A previously secret National Security Agency map tracking Chinese hackers' computer intrusions shows a concentration of attacks in Silicon Valley. California was the most frequently targeted state during a five-year period that ended early last year, the map shows.

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