Dark Reading And DomainTools To Host Cybersecurity Webinar On ‘Using Threat Intelligence To Improve Enterprise Cyber Defense’

DomainTools logo[news release] DomainTools, the leader in domain name and DNS research, today announced an upcoming webinar, ‘Using Threat Intelligence to Improve Enterprise Cyber Defense’ that will provide insight on how security teams can use DNS-based threat intelligence to assess cyber security risk and defend their businesses.

Co-hosted by Dark Reading and DomainTools, the panel will be lead by Michael Osterman, principle and analyst at Osterman Research, Jon Rant, contributing editor at InformationWeek, and DomainTools’ Tim Helming, director of product management, on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 10:00am PDT.

During this webinar, the cybersecurity experts will share the results of a new survey revealing how organizations purchase and use threat intelligence, as well as offer advice on how domain and DNS-based threat information can help organizations assess risk, assess potential indicators of compromise, and even anticipate and block future attacks.

Webinar: Using Threat Intelligence to Improve Enterprise Cyber Defense


  • Michael Osterman, principle at Osterman Research
  • Jon Rant, contributing editor at InformationWeek
  • Tim Helming, director of Product Management for DomainTools

Where: https://webinar.darkreading.com/943

When: Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 10:00am PDT


  • Best practices on the right and wrong ways to make use of threat intelligence data;
  • Results of a major survey showing how enterprises are implementing threat intelligence services and technology, including the pitfalls and payoffs of using threat intelligence;
  • How domain and DNS-based threat data can help organizations see threats coming by detecting, investigating, and acting upon threat indicators.

For more information about the webinar and to reserve your space, please visit: https://webinar.darkreading.com/943

About DomainTools�
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 1000 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.