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How to Prevent Domain Names From Being Hijacked


Thu Nov 3 2016, 2:30pm–4:30pm

Where: Singapore Network Information Centre (SGNIC), 10 Pasir Panjang Road, #10-01 Mapletree Busin, Pasir Ris, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: bettyqy6

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Do you know how Domain Security can affect your business? Lately, some businesses even lost their domain ownership due to attacks on Domain Security.

Join us at our Upcoming Event for a fantastic opportunity to learn all about “How to Prevent Domain Names from being hijacked”! Admission is free.

The important sharing topics are:
- The issue of trust in networking
- RegistryLock

- The issue of trust in networking

Web-based networking has become an essential part of our daily life due to the prevalence of online social networks and user-generated contents. Online interaction channels involve not only the obvious, like chatting and e-mails, but also how communications are performed, for example, by sellers and buyers in the field of e-commerce.

Thus trust is an important indicator to determine whom to trust before making a decision. In e-commerce, trust relies on several factors, ranging from psychological and sociological factor to computer security factor. There have been many attempts to define trust for online social networks, with each covering one or more specific trust factors.

- RegistryLock
RegistryLock is the extra layer of security protection for SG domain names that protects domain owners from unauthorized modification on domain name information which can lead to, for example, unauthorized changes of domain name ownership. Now imagine someone manages to modify the primary email address attached to your domain. This person can then transfer the domain ownership to whoever he wants. When this happens, the original and legitimate domain owner will lose his domain ownership forever.

To equipped our valued clients with all the knowledge they need to protect themselves, Exabytes has organized this important event.

Limited seat only! Reserve your tickets now. First-come, first-served!

Event Schedule:
2.30pm: Registrations
3.00pm: Sharing on 'The Issue of trust in network' by John Lim
3.20pm Q&A
3.30pm: Break for 15mins
3.45pm: Sharing on 'RegistryLock' by William Loh
4.05pm Q&A
4.15pm: Networking session

Mr.John Lim Yueh Han is the Course Manager of Diploma in Cyber Security & Forensics in Nanyang Polytechnic. He will be sharing his expertise on 'The Issue of trust in network’ with the point of trust and security over the internet, technology to enable trust and so on.

While, Mr. William Loh is the IT Security Manager of Singapore Network Information Centre (SGNIC) Pte Ltd.and will share on "How to protect your .sg websites from being hijacked".