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Webinar | Leveraging Passive DNS Data in Your Cyber Investigations with Farsight and Maltego (Part 1 of 3)

What do you get when you combine the largest provider of passive DNS cyber threat intelligence with one of the most comprehensive graphical link analysis tools?

With Farsight DNSDB Transforms, investigators can correlate and contextualize with real-time and historical DNS intelligence; also known as passive DNS data. These Transforms and data help investigators expose entire networks, gain an outside-in view of their infrastructure and pivot across DNS record types.

You can access the Farsight DNSDB Transform Hub item by participating in a free trial with limited query numbers, directly on the Maltego Desktop Client. To request a 30-day free trial or subscription, please send your inquiry here.

A Three-Part Joint Webinar Series with Farsight ๐Ÿ”—︎

We have come together with Farsight DNSDB to host a three-part webinar series, where we explore our dynamic partnership and how together we create a powerhouse for visualizing cybersecurity data and exploring data relationships.

The webinar series will cover the topics below: ๐Ÿ”—︎

Module 1: Getting to Know Passive DNS and Basic Pivots in Maltego ๐Ÿ”—︎

In this first webinar, we introduce you to Passive DNS, basic pivots using Farsight DNSDB as well as visualization and exploration techniques in Maltego.

Download the first module of this webinar series now to learn how you can enrich your investigations. If you haven’t signed up for the webinar yet, make sure you sign up here to receive notifications of the upcoming modules!

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