Google launching members-only security forum

internetnews.com’s Kenneth Corbin has the scoop on plans by Google to launch a members-only security forum for businesses, law enforcement, government agencies and others to combat malware and fraud on the Web.

In addition to Google, the Internet Security Community will draw participation from Xerox PARC, representatives of the Federal Trade Commission and others.

internetnews.com’s Kenneth Corbin has the scoop on plans by Google to launch a members-only security forum for businesses, law enforcement, government agencies and others to combat malware and fraud on the Web.

In addition to Google, the Internet Security Community will draw participation from Xerox PARC, representatives of the Federal Trade Commission and others.

Google is at the core of the development of the site, but the project is launching under the auspices of the Modern Malware Working Group, an annual security gathering organized by theSanta Fe Institute.

Interested parties can request membership using this Google spreadsheet.

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