Your organization’s leadership is 12 times more likely to be the target of a security incident and nine times more likely to be the target of a data breach than they were last year. Find out how they can be protected.
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Gift Cardsharks: The Massive Threat Campaigns Circling Beneath the Surface
Learn about the attack group primarily targeting gift card retailers and the monetization techniques they use.
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Threat Hunting Workshop Series
Join one of our security threat hunting workshops to get hands-on experience investigating and remediating threats.
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Inside Magecart: New RiskIQ & Flashpoint Research Report
Learn about the groups and criminal underworld behind the front-page breaches.
Threat Hunting Guide: 3 Must-Haves for the Effective Modern Threat Hunter
The threat hunting landscape is constantly evolving. Learn the techniques, tactics, and tools needed to become a highly-effective threat hunter.
Identify malicious domains as soon as they appear
RiskIQ’s intelligence provides customers with a list of domains and hosts observed resolving to an IP address for the very first time in our Passive DNS repository.
Threat actors often programmatically use different domains and hosts for their attack campaigns. These entities could be hosting phishing sites, distributing malware, or acting as part of a larger malicious campaign, therefore newly observed data sets can serve as a guide to whether a domain or host is legitimate or not.
Organizations can proactively defend their enterprise against emerging cyber threats by blocking newly observed domains for a specified time period based on policy and risk tolerance.
Additionally, organizations can use the RiskIQ Newly Observed Host list to identify brand infringing websites or to conduct proactive threat hunting and research against this broad set of data.