In a press release today, we made an announcement about our partnerships with Mandiant, Cyber Squared Inc. and Malformity Labs to help provide security analysts with more powerful threat intelligence and cybercrime investigation solutions. Through these integrations, investigators who rely on our unparalleled repository of DNS and Whois data, will be able to more effectively […]
One of the most satisfying things for us at DomainTools is to see our tools and data enable novel solutions that make a real difference for customers. Maccabim, a longtime DomainTools customer, has just released its Serial Cybersquatter Detector combining their know-how in the brand protection world with our market-leading database of domain and DNS information. The […]
This spring contained, as usual, the spring “conference season”. And, DomainTools attended a variety of them. The back-to-back-to-back conferences we exhibited at were FS-ISAC, IACC and INTA. Each of the three conferences had sessions covering the pervasiveness of cybercrime generally, but each also focused in on areas specifically pertaining to their own discipline: the security of financial networks and accounts, the sale of counterfeit goods, and online intellectual property/brand protection, respectively.
This May is a busy month for DomainTools! We’re exhibiting at three conferences this month (back to back) that are specific to the financial services, anti-counterfeiting and trademark audiences.
DomainTools will be talking to conference attendees about their current business needs and how our products and latest innovations can be used as critical ingredients to their threat investigation and mitigation work— such as Domain Report, Reverse Whois, Screenshots, Brand Monitor and custom enterprise account options.
DomainTools authored an article in with the World Intellectual Property Review, in their Trademarks, Brands and the Internet (TB&I) volume 1, issue 3, which was published recently.
In the recent TB&I article, DomainTools touches upon the ongoing battle against online fraud activity and the impact on brands. Those attacks can be very damaging and costly to both your revenue AND your reputation. The right way to fight the good fight is to rely on available domain and DNS research tools, in combination with prevailing legal statutes.
DomainTools was recently featured in the World Intellectual Property Review’s 2012 edition. In case you’re not familiar with the WIPR Annual: it is a reference guide for IP owners, legal counsel, investors and service providers. It examines the business and legal issues affecting IP, highlighting recent developments, problem area and, most importantly, solutions, in major markets worldwide.
In DomainTools’ article, Susan Prosser talks about different strategies and tools available to protect your domain names and combat cybersquatting.
You can read the full article here on pages 48 and 49. We also have an ad on page 9.