Using Internet Data Sets to Understand Digital Threats

Learn infrastructure chaining to quickly investigate relationships among highly connected internet data sets.

As businesses adapt to the rapidly changing digital landscape, more customer and business operations are shifting from behind the protection of firewalls to the open internet. This new level of exposure makes your company, customers, and prospects vulnerable to the extremely skilled persistent digital threats across the web, mobile, social, and email.

Fortunately, Internet data can be sorted, classified, and monitored over time to create highly connected data sets that provide a complete picture of your attackers and their evolving techniques. Cybersecurity professionals must leverage the relationships between these data sets to surface new connections, group similar attack activity, and substantiate assumptions during incident response.

In this white paper, we'll explore the technique of infrastructure chaining, and explore the data sets available to cybersecurity professionals such as:

  • Passive DNS
  • SSL Certificates
  • Analytical Trackers
  • Host Sequence Pairs
  • Web Components
  • Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
  • Cookies

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