Webinar: Mapping Connected Infrastructure with ThreatConnect and DomainTools

By January 18, 2018 Opinion No Comments

DomainTools logoThe more information you have about a potential threat, the better you can defend against it. In order to stay ahead of malicious actors, it is crucial that security teams add context and enrichment to their threat data. The combination of the DomainTools Spaces App for ThreatConnect and DomainTools Iris investigative platform empower security professionals to hunt APTs efficiently and effectively.

Join Director of Product Integrations at DomainTools, Mark Kendrick and Threat Intelligence Researcher at ThreatConnect, Kyle Ehmke to learn how the same techniques can help network defenders and incident responders efficiently protect their own organizations. In addition, get an inside view into how ThreatConnect and DomainTools work together to enable thorough domain, actor and IP investigations.

January 23 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET

Learn how DomainTools and ThreatConnect work together to:

  • Investigate domain names
  • Map connected infrastructure
  • Uncover hidden threats

About the Speakers

Kyle Ehmke – Threat Intelligence Researcher, ThreatConnect

Kyle Ehmke is a threat intelligence researcher with ThreatConnect and has eight years of experience as a cyber intelligence analyst previously in the Intelligence Community and within the healthcare sector. Kyle has followed a wide range of cyber threats ranging from the Middle East and Extremists to, more recently, those specifically affecting the healthcare and pharmaceutical sector. He is also actively involved with ThreatConnect’s research into Russian election activity and targeted efforts against Bellingcat, WADA, and others.

 

Mark Kendrick – Director of Product Integrations, DomainTools

Mark has spent over eight years at DomainTools helping major brand holders, cyber security companies, large Internet organizations and leading incident responders investigate online threats with DNS and Whois data. He has held engineering and product leadership roles at the company, led business development and partner integration activities, and pioneered sales relationships with major public and private organizations. Mark now leads partnership discussions with leading cybersecurity product companies and manages relationships with DomainTools customers in the public sector.