Governance & Risk Management , IT Risk Management
Act Fast: Best Practices for Arresting Spoofed DomainsCorin Imai of DomainTools on the Quest to Block Bad Domains
Organizations are increasingly relying on threat intelligence to help them better identify malicious behavior before it hits the network - or users encounter it - including using domain name system analysis to track emerging campaigns, says Corin Imai of DomainTools.
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In a video interview at the recent Infosecurity Europe conference, Imai discusses:
- A recent domain spoofing campaign that mimicked the website for HMRC, the U.K.'s tax authority;
- How to use domain risk scores to proactively block bad sites and phishing campaigns;
- Who is ultimately responsible for combating spoofed domains and protecting users.
Imai is a senior security adviser for DomainTools. She began her career working on desktop virtualization, networking and cloud computing technologies before delving into security. She's previously held positions at Identity Finder, WhiteHat Security and Hewlett-Packard.