As we move into the 2nd half of the year, the team at iQ is delighted to share some of our latest news. As well as significant product updates, we also introduce a new team member, our community engagement and more.
iQ Abuse Manager V3 is Coming!
Our team has spent the better part of 2023 immersing ourselves in research, feedback, and understanding the evolving needs of the internet infrastructure community.
The outcome? The highly-anticipated Version 3 of iQ Abuse Manager, crafted to address the fast-evolving internet threats and global legislative changes.
A Sneak Peek into the New Features:
Advanced Report Sharing: Enhance collaboration with feedback on abuse report actions.
Revamped Abuse Reporting: User-friendly form templates and a customisable submission API for your unique needs.
AI-Powered Report Abuse Chat: Real-time guidance for users during abuse incident reviews.
Enhanced Reports with Machine Learning: Deeper insights, actionable info, and proactive abuse combat.
Humanly Vetted Reports: Blending technology with human touch for unmatched precision.
AI-Driven Case Summaries: Navigate abuse cases with AI's contextual insights.
Automated Investigations: Save time with our improved automation tools.
Enhanced Integration Tools: Seamless integration with your current systems.
iQ Abuse Feed v2: Access new Threat Intelligence sources powered by our iQ Risk Scoring Machine Learning technology.
Following our continuous delivery approach, features will be released from August to November 2023.
IQ supports the contract amendments and Registry/Registrar communities in taking this important step.
Asia Pacific (APAC) Domain Name System (DNS) Forum
Kelly Hardy SVP of Strategy and Development attended the recent Asia Pacific (APAC) Domain Name System (DNS) Forum in Hong Kong.
The event provided an exceptional platform for the regional DNS community to network, exchange ideas, and explore collaboration opportunities.
Kelly participated in the panel discussion Mitigating DNS Abuse - Enhancing Cyber Security at the root. In her presentation Kelly discussed working together to fulfil the responsibilities of the community as well the ways AI is changing both the landscape of threats and avenues to mitigation.
We extend our gratitude to the organisers, sponsors, speakers, and fellow attendees for their contributions to this enriching event.
LAC DNS Week 2023 took place from July 10-13 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The LAC Domain Names Week brings together industry, Internet policy, and technical professionals interested in debating DNS-related issues. The forum also provides an opportunity to engage and network with key players and experts in the field.
Kelly Hardy spoke on the panel “What are the best practices for mitigating DNS abuse?” along with Pinky Brand of Nameblock AS, León Sánchez, ICANN, Olga Cavalli, South School of Internet Governance, Mark Datysgeld, ICANN GNSO.
In her panel presentation, Kelly discussed the importance of ccTLD action in DNS Abuse mitigation as well as quick wins that registries and registrars can implement to lessen the impact of DNS Abuse ahead of a forthcoming white paper that covers these topics.
iQ to attend London Domain Summit
The team will be attending this 2 day event from the 22nd to the 23rd of August 2023
If you are planning to be at the summit, let's connect! We'd love to meet you there and explore collaborative opportunities.