During the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference 2014, a letter of agreement was signed between ITU and ISOC on joint activities related to combat the proliferation of SPAM.
The following are some of the areas that have been identified as collaboration between ITU and ISOC:
Workshop Programs for Policy Makers and Member States
Collaboration and coordination in arranging and conducting workshops targeted to assist ITU Member States with policy approaches, technical solutions and operational requirements to address the impact of spam on users and networks.
Collaboration and coordination in developing and providing webinars on aspects of spam mitigation.
Document formulation and Best Practices development in conjunction with ITU-D SG2/Q3
Collaboration and coordination with ITU-D Study Group 2 Question 3 to facilitate the sharing of information, and the development of additional material and best practices, related to combating spam.
Revisions to the ITU-D Spam report
Online training modules
Opportunities for the development of web-based spam training modules.