Training Advisory Council

The Training Advisory Council is made up of volunteer experts in the areas of technical/operational anti-abuse, training delivery, and training content creation. If you are interested in volunteering please contact us. Info@M3AAF.org

John-Levine.jpg John R. Levine writes, speaks, and consults on the Internet, electronic mail, cybersecurity, and related topics.
He speaks to many trade, policy, and general groups. He's testified at the Federal Trade Commission Spam Forum on the mechanics of spam, to the Senate Commerce Committee on spyware, and is part of the Industry Canada Task Force on Spam. He's spoken at the Internet Law and Policy Forum and at many conferences.
He is frequently interviewed in the print and electronic media and has extensive working relationships with reporters.
He consults and provides advice and expertise on e-mail and Internet systems, security, and software. See his series of white papers on electronic mail.


JStSauver.jpg Joe St Sauver, Ph.D., is Manager, Internet2 Nationwide Security Programs and Manager, InCommon Certificate Service, under contract through the University of Oregon.
Joe is active in a variety of national and international cyber security efforts, including serving on the Educause/Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) Leadership Team; the REN-ISAC Technical Advisory Group; and the Educause Technologies, Operations and Practices ("TOP") Working Group (formerly the Security Effective Practices Working Group).
Joe's one of half a dozen Senior Technical Advisors for M3AAWG (the Messaging, Mobile and Malware Anti-Abuse Working Group), whose membership includes companies servicing over a billion mailboxes worldwide. Joe's also a strategic advisor and professional member of the Online Trust Alliance (OTA), a member of the board for the Coalition Against Unsolicited Email (CAUCE), and one of three members of the Team Cymru Dragon Research Group Advisory Council.


N-Schwartzman.jpgNeil is the Co-chair of the M3AAWG.org Awards Committee, and former Co-chair of the Academic Committee, and Vice-chair of the Public Policy Committee.
Neil the external relations representative for CAUCE to the Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group, the London Action Plan, the Anti-phishing Working Group, FCC CSRIC Working Groups 8 & 7, and the Stop Spam Alliance. I also represented end-user rights to the Anti-Spyware Coalition, and as a full member of the Canadian Government's Task Force on Spam.