TES Blog


We are glad to announce two further TES meetings in the upcoming weeks, in Oslo and Vienna. TES Oslo will be held on April 27 and already enjoys the confirmed participation of one major Nordic telco operator and several hosting companies. It will be the first TES event in Norway, following the one in Stockholm


The TES project was featured at the ICANN 58 meeting in Copenhagen, during the DNSSEC workshop that was held on March 15. At the start of the afternoon session, Vittorio Bertola explained to the audience what TES is, and provided some interesting statistics on the adoption of DNSSEC and DANE throughout the world. Much interest


The second TES meeting of 2017 took place last Thursday in the nice setting of the Sofitel Victoria in Warsaw. It was the first TES gathering ever in Eastern Europe, and we were pretty excited about spreading the word about DNSSEC, DANE and proper TLS configurations, end-to-end email encryption and other cutting edge technologies. The


Why would Internet companies sponsor a project like TES? Well, we think that bottom-up, cooperative self-governance is the best way to keep the Internet free, growing and sustainable for everyone, from final users up to those who make a living out of providing Internet services. In this article for ECO‘s international Dotmagazine, our TES coordinator


After the great meeting at the Old Trafford in Manchester, we are already at work at the next TES meeting – in Poland! TES will get to Eastern Europe for the first time on March 9, to gather a group of delegates from Poland’s biggest ISP and hosting companies. As usual, the roundtable will be


Email security was the topic of discussion at another Open-Xchange sponsored event held last Thursday in the fantastic setting of Old Trafford Stadium, the home of Manchester United. BT, TalkTalk and Plusnet, three of the largest ISPs in the UK, had delegates in attendance along with email security vendors Halon and Cloudmark. This intimate group