Add More Relevant Attack Detection To Your Threat Intelligence

Accelerate Cyber Response with Near-Real Time DNS Insights

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Seth Adler
12/07/2020

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Cybersecurity teams use a variety of sources to identify attacker activities in the pre-attack, attack, and post-attack phases. Threat sources vary widely in quality and often lack proper context to be an effective cybersecurity resource.

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Until now, using passive DNS data for cyber defense was limited by three key factors: timeliness of data, the need to analyze extremely large datasets, and the requirement for expert analysis by traditionally overworked cyber analysts.

This whitepaper explores the benefits of using DNS-derived threat insights to identify and mitigate cyberthreats, how this threat data can be used to augment the activities of cyber defenders, forensic analysts, and managed security service providers, and explores how one organization is using UltraThreat Feeds to rapidly detect and block attacker activities.

Download this whitepaper to:

  • Gain a better appreciation of how the Domain Name System (DNS) functions and its role in today’s internet architecture.
  • Learn how DNS derived threat data can be used to augment the activities of cyber defenders, forensic analysts, and managed security service providers.
  • Hear how one organization has used DNS feeds to gain better insight into attack activities and protect their infrastructure.

 

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