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DomainTools 101: Simple Strategies to Tackle Phishing in Your Organization

| September 12, 2016 | 0 Comments
DomainTools 101: Simple Strategies to Tackle Phishing in Your Organization

The other day I ran across a great blog post by Execute Malware that talked about the efforts he went through to find and identify new phishing domains. The one thing he didn’t mention was that he was mostly looking for free tools. I have to admit, the amount of detail and work he went […]

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DomainTools Employee Spotlight – Josh Hou

| August 31, 2016 | 0 Comments
DomainTools Employee Spotlight – Josh Hou

Back in March, I was honored to write my first employee spotlight (which brought our own Timothy Crosley into the limelight, pun intended). Now, it is my distinct pleasure to share some important information about our one and only Josh Hou. Not only is Josh an outstanding member of our back-end engineering team, he is […]

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Good In The SOC

| August 12, 2016 | 0 Comments
Good In The SOC

Every year security experts from around the world gather in Las Vegas for what is lovingly called Hacker Summer Camp. The trio of B-Sides, BlackHat and DEFCON security conferences combine for a week in the blisteringly hot Nevada desert packed full of briefings, research and tools released to the security community. Coupled with the hacks, […]

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Fortune 15 Technology Enterprise Case Study

| August 4, 2016 | 0 Comments
Fortune 15 Technology Enterprise Case Study

To deny that cybercriminals and threat actors are becoming more sophisticated in their approach would be a refusal to accept reality. As a result, forward-thinking security analysts are challenged to identify new technologies to proactively identify threats before a major data breach occurs. However, there are a wide variety of data and tool providers that […]

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The Monday Media Wrap Up

| August 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
The Monday Media Wrap Up

Articles from July 23-29 New US Cybersecurity Plan Makes It Easier for Businesses to Get Help After an Attack TechRepublic | Conner Forrest | July 27, 2016 US President Barack Obama issued a policy directive detailing how the federal government should respond to incidents of cybersecurity. The directive, also known as PPD-41, pushed for shared […]

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When Work Works Award

| July 20, 2016 | 0 Comments
When Work Works Award

We are pleased to announce that DomainTools has been honored by the When Work Works organization. This award honors organizations that have created effective workplaces based on six evidence-based components that are linked with positive employee and employer outcomes: Work/life fit Supervisor support for work success Autonomy Satisfaction with earnings, benefits and opportunities for advancement Opportunities for learning Culture […]

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DomainTools 101: The IP Crowd

| July 11, 2016 | 0 Comments
DomainTools 101: The IP Crowd

I recently read a couple of great blog posts about the breach that occurred at the Democratic National Committee. These posts go into greater detail about Spear Phishing and how the threat actors go about breaching you and your company. I would really recommend reading both of them. The first article is written by Crowdstrike, […]

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Our First FIRST (Conference)

| July 5, 2016 | 0 Comments
Our First FIRST (Conference)

The 28th annual FIRST Conference was held in Seoul a couple of weeks back, and a contingent from DomainTools was in attendance, as a sponsor (DT itself) and as a speaker (yours truly). Based on our experiences there, I daresay it won’t be our last time at FIRST–it’s a good conference, with pertinent content, good […]

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Empower your proxy logs with the DomainTools App for Splunk

| June 22, 2016 | 0 Comments
Empower your proxy logs with the DomainTools App for Splunk

Today, we are announcing the release of a DomainTools app for Splunk that will help teams leverage their proxy and DNS logs for threat hunting, incident response and quick, in-context triage of security events. Those sources of internal threat intelligence are finally getting the recognition they deserve, and rightly so: the domain names they contain […]

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Nothing Compares to CPU

| June 8, 2016 | 0 Comments
Nothing Compares to CPU

Our technical operations team is critical for keeping the office afloat, which happens to be a very stressful job, so it’s only natural that they have a few outlets to remain sane. One of these outlets happens to be creativity. As an example, when faced with paying proper tribute to old hardware devices, tech ops found the […]

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