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OpenDNS, part of Cisco, helps the world connect with confidence on any device, anywhere, anytime by delivering cloud-based, Domain Name System (DNS)-layer network security solutions and services to the most trusted brands. We leverage a diverse dataset generated by the OpenDNS Global Networks’ 80+ billion daily DNS requests to power the advanced threat protection of Umbrella — which prevents ransomware, command & control callbacks, malware, and phishing over any port or protocol, on or off the corporate network — and the unique threat intelligence of Investigate — which accelerates investigations, decreases incident response times and uncovers potential attacks before they’re launched.

OpenDNS, now part of Cisco Seminars

  • Using Predictive Detectors to Track Attackers Paolo Passeri  |   OpenDNS, now part of Cisco   |   Wed 5th Oct 11:40 - 12:10

    Future of Threat Intelligence Theatre

    Wed 5th Oct 11:40 to 12:10

    Using Predictive Detectors to Track Attackers

    Whether targeted or opportunistic, online threats are becoming increasingly sophisticated and evasive. However, unlike attack vectors, the infrastructures used to launch the malicious campaigns cannot be concealed.

    But what if one could use the analysis of DNS traffic to reveal these infrastructures and turn this information into threat intelligence used not only to protect, but also to predict the next moves of attackers?

    OpenDNS has built such a technology and this session, which includes real world examples, will explain the details of its predictive approach, which tackles the malware from an infrastructure perspective and overtakes the limitations of traditional technologies.

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    Paolo Passeri Paolo Passeri View Profile
  • Using Predictive Detectors to Track Attackers Paolo Passeri  |   OpenDNS, now part of Cisco   |   Thu 6th Oct 11:40 - 12:10

    Future of Threat Intelligence Theatre

    Thu 6th Oct 11:40 to 12:10

    Using Predictive Detectors to Track Attackers

    Whether targeted or opportunistic, online threats are becoming increasingly sophisticated and evasive. However, unlike attack vectors, the infrastructures used to launch the malicious campaigns cannot be concealed.

    But what if one could use the analysis of DNS traffic to reveal these infrastructures and turn this information into threat intelligence used not only to protect, but also to predict the next moves of attackers?

    OpenDNS has built such a technology and this session, which includes real world examples, will explain the details of its predictive approach, which tackles the malware from an infrastructure perspective and overtakes the limitations of traditional technologies.

    Speaker

    Photo Speaker Name Profile
    Paolo Passeri Paolo Passeri View Profile

White paper

Feature Brief: Global Threat Grid Integration
Take faster action on newly discovered malicious domains by leveraging a turn-key integration between Cisco and OpenDNS. Through security automation, dwell time is reduced from days to only minutes.

EMEA Threat Grid Integration-PRINT.pdf 380.47 kB


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