These individuals work behind the scenes at Neustar and publicly in forums, organizations, and standards bodies on behalf of our customers, our industry, and Neustar to create seamless connections, frictionless innovation, reliable performance, and trusted security services.
Peter focuses on Identity issues and is deeply involved in OASIS via the SAML, Reputation, and XRI working groups. He is also involved in the Kantara/Liberty Alliance working groups, and follows activities in the OpenID Foundation, Open Web Foundation, and IETF, among many others. Peter presently co-chairs the XRI Technical committee, and serves on the Board of Trustees of the Kantara Initiative.
Rodney focuses on DNS and Security. He is actively engaged in a number of Internet working groups and committees, including the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force), OARC (Operations, Analysis, and Research Center), NANOG (North American Network Operators' Group), and ARIN (American Registry for Internet Numbers). He is involved in a number of initiatives to ensure the future of the Internet and is highly visible in the ongoing fight against spam, and similar attacks on Internet infrastructure and personal privacy.
Tom has been involved with national Number Portability since its inception, and is a leading expert on naming, addressing, interconnection, and peering. As VP of Strategic Initiatives at Neustar, Tom also serves as a Director of ATIS.
Jon is Neustar’s resident expert on security and network routing, and has been instrumental in the development of numerous RFCs at the IETF, including the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). As such, Jon is involved in many working groups within the IETF, as well as 3GPP, the ITU, ATIS, ICANN, and many other groups.
Brian has been heavily involved in the deployment of VoIP standards, including the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) via the SIP Forum. Brian is currently active in many IETF working groups, the National Emergency Number Association (NENA), European Emergency Number Association (EENA), the Department of Homeland Security’s Explosives Services Working Group (DHS ESWG), Packet Cable Working Groups, and ad hoc groups focusing on the White Space Database initiative.