On July 21st, 2010, I will host the Internet Governance Forum for the United States at the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC. The IGF US is an event open to the public to discuss what the Internet should be in the United States in the future and how we can get there. One of the critical issues that we will discuss is the state of Internet information security. How do we reduce the negative impact of cybercrime on Internet users in the US? How do we make users feel confident about conducting business and exchanging information safely on the Internet? Please join us and help us identify the most important initiatives that you believe the people, corporations and/or the government in the United States should undertake to improve Internet information security in the United States, and by extension worldwide, in the near future.
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