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8 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2015

8 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2015

| January 6, 2016 | 2 Comments

Our blog is lovingly referred to as “Domains of our Lives” internally at DomainTools, and is home to a variety of topics ranging from technical pieces to pithy commentary on the security industry. All in all, it’s an opportunity to provide our readers with snapshots of what makes DomainTools unique. 2015 was a pivotal year for […]

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New Year’s Resolutions, IT Style

New Year’s Resolutions, IT Style

| December 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

In a similar spirit to our 2016 security predictions, we thought it would make sense to share what we believe are worthwhile resolutions to make as you plan for the year ahead. These aren’t all specific to security, but the principles all certainly are relevant for dedicated security teams, as well as for IT more […]

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Not the Boots I Was Looking For

Not the Boots I Was Looking For

| December 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Guest Blogger Shawnda Potvin (a DomainTools Account Specialist) shares a personal experience with Iris  I was recently on a mission to treat myself to a pair of boots. I went to a website which I thought was an authentic UGG® boots website, as both websites were identical. After I purchased the UGG boots and received […]

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The DomainTools Security Predictions for 2016

The DomainTools Security Predictions for 2016

| December 15, 2015 | 2 Comments

While we may not be the only ones doing it, we at DomainTools thought it would be worth offering some predictions for Cyber 2016. For folks planning their budgets, security strategy, initiatives, etc., it’s worth considering what they are likely to be up against in the coming months and years, and for those of us […]

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The Monday Media Wrap Up

The Monday Media Wrap Up

| December 14, 2015 | 1 Comment

Articles from December 5 – 11 Here are four highlights from the cybersecurity industry from this past week: Should big tech join the fight against online terrorism? SearchCIO (TechTarget) | Jason Sparapani | December 12, 2015 After the mass shooting in San Bernardino, Calif., that authorities are treating as an act of terrorism, President Barack […]

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The DomainTools Report: 2015 Special Edition

The DomainTools Report: 2015 Special Edition

| December 7, 2015 | 1 Comment

The DomainTools Report: 2015 Special Edition You may recall that earlier this year DomainTools published a report examining concentrations of malicious activity along a multitude of dimensions to identify “hotspots” across the internet. We decided to expand our search for this DomainTools Report supplement- this time seeking concentrations of malicious activity within Bulk Domain Registration Agents (BDRAs) […]

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The Monday Media Wrap Up

The Monday Media Wrap Up

| December 7, 2015 | 1 Comment

Articles from November 28-December 4 Keep on top of what is happening in the cybersecurity space with our weekly wrap up: 9 Cyber Security Threat Predictions For 2016 CXO Today | Staff | December 3, 2015 The year 2015 has been full of data breaches from Ashley Madison to Anthem and JPMorgan Chase & Co […]

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How to Translate Value to Leadership

How to Translate Value to Leadership

| December 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

We can all agree that translating value up to leadership is a daunting task (and usually is the bane of our existence when our plates are already full with day to day work). Even more challenging is the task of successfully obtaining approval for increased budget or a specific tool. I had the pleasure of […]

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The Monday Media Wrap Up

The Monday Media Wrap Up

| November 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Articles from November 21-27 See a brief list of interesting industry articles from the cybersecurity world: Does Employee Cybersecurity Training Do Any Good? Anne Fisher | Fortune | Nov. 25, 2015 Almost one in five (17%) of the 200 people who recently came across one at random—in an airport, coffee shop, or public square in […]

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The Monday Media Wrap Up

The Monday Media Wrap Up

| November 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Articles from November 14-20  Sink your teeth into last weeks cyber industry news: One Size Does Not Fit All in Security Threat Response InfoSecurity | Joe O’Halloran | November 20, 2015 Threat intelligence needed to be more agile and flexible and cope ‘sensibly’ with the diverse nature of attacks. One size did not fit all, […]

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