"Neustar News" Articles

Neustar Wins Education Innovation Award

by Lynn Schlesinger June 28th, 2017

Neustar was recently honored with a 2017 Education Innovation Award for our dedication to providing digital STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education to students across the country. Read Full Article

Neustar Joins GAN Partner Network to Help Power Start-Ups

by Mark Jackley June 24th, 2016

Recently the White House made several announcements alongside the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) that were focused on supporting inclusive entrepreneurship & innovation in America. Included in those announcements was news of GAN’s launch of the Partner Network. Ten major companies came together to form this new network. The initial Partner Network members include companies such as IBM, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Neustar, Hubspot, Keen.io, and Sendgrid. Read Full Article

Keeping the Internet Trustworthy: An Interview with Neustar CEO Lisa Hook

by Peggy Liao June 23rd, 2016

When the Internet was first established in the late 1960s, as a group of interconnected university computers exchanging software files, there wasn’t much need for authentication. In the small, U.S. Department of Defense–funded community of programmers and technical administrators, everyone knew everyone else. But as the network expanded exponentially, especially after the browser was introduced in the early 1990s, authentication became critical. Today... Read Full Article

Cross Device? Cross Everything is Better!

by Carlos Sandrea January 14th, 2016

We’re proud to announce today the continued evolution of our integrated marketing solution, PlatformOne™. With new cross-device frequency analysis, geographical heat maps, multi-time-zone support, and many other enhancements, the ongoing innovation of PlatformOne keeps delivering to marketers exactly what they need: holistic marketing intelligence. Read Full Article

Larry Downes Weighs in on LNPA in CNET

by Michael Spencer January 05th, 2015

Internet analyst and author Larry Downes is asking the FCC why it is considering using a new vendor to manage the NPAC. His conclusion: "No good reason." Read Full Article