SEATTLE, Dec. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- DomainTools, the leader in domain and DNS-based cyber threat intelligence, today announced that Tim Helming, Director of Product Management, will co-host an upcoming webinar with Dark Reading, 'Where Badness Lurks: New Threats Demand a New Cartography', that will present practical ways organizations can uncover patterns of malicious internet activity and defend themselves against future cyberattacks. The webinar will take place on Thursday, December 10 at 10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST. Interested attendees can sign up here.
Security and IT professionals are encouraged to attend as Dark Reading, a trusted resource for security news, analysis and reporting, and cybersecurity expert Helming will provide an insider perspective and analysis of a recent, real-world investigation of a major breach. The webinar will also cover bulk domain registration agents (BDRAs) and the role they play within known attack infrastructure, while also offering a thorough examination of other current hotspots of malicious activity within an increasingly complex cybersecurity landscape.
Webinar: Where Badness Lurks: New Threats Demand a New Cartography
Who: Tim Helming, Director of Product Management for DomainTools
When: Thursday, December 10 at 10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST
- Why domain and DNS open-source intelligence (OSINT) matters and how to use it in adversary analysis
- New ways of pinpointing and predicting hotspots of malicious activity
- Which bulk domain registration agents (BDRAs) are tied to malicious activities
- A real-life investigation and analysis of the adversaries behind a major mainstream breach
For more information about DomainTools or to receive a demo of the company's new Threat Intelligence Platform, Iris, please visit www.domaintools.com. For more information about the webinar and to reserve your space, please visit: https://webinar.darkreading.com/1418?keynote=DOMWEB
DomainTools is the leader in domain name and DNS-based cyber threat intelligence. With over 15 years of 'cyber fingerprint' data across the global Internet, DomainTools helps companies assess security threats, profile attackers, investigate online fraud and crimes, and map cyber activity in order to stop attacks. Fortune 500 companies, global government agencies, and many security solution vendors use the DomainTools platform as a critical ingredient in their threat investigation and mitigation work. Learn more about how to connect the dots on criminal activity at http://www.domaintools.com or follow us on Twitter: @domaintools