Enterprise Security Domain & IP Intelligence Packages
Today’s enterprise cybersecurity professionals need all the relevant sources of domain & IP intelligence they can get to study online footprints in depth and map out the entire online infrastructure of suspicious actors.
Our Enterprise Security Domain & IP Intelligence Packages are designed to augment in-house security solutions, support managed security services, fuel the world’s largest security platforms, and add substance to cyber forensics and threat-hunting initiatives.
We’ve made it convenient for enterprises and advanced users to add and contextualize millions of domain, DNS, and IP events as part of existing processes and systems to achieve overall superior protection.
Domain names tracked
TLDs & ccTLDs
IP addresses in use covered
What is Domain & IP Intelligence in Enterprise Security?
Domain & IP intelligence sources are the result of advanced big data processes in which WHOIS, DNS, and IP data are collected, enriched, and aggregated into comprehensive and accurate databases for use by enterprise security professionals.
Complete Enterprise Security Intelligence Suite
Most advanced cybersecurity users can rely on our Complete Enterprise Security Intelligence Suite of APIs, data feeds, and threat intelligence tools to boost their entire cybersecurity programs. WHOIS, IP, DNS, and email data are readily accessible and well-parsed for thorough analysis and monitoring for all security matters.
|WHOIS Database Download||Daily|
|WHOIS History API/Historic Whois Database Download||Unlimited|
|Website Contacts & Categorization Database||Weekly|
|DNS Database Download||Weekly|
|IP Geolocation Database||Weekly|
|Typosquatting Data Feed||Daily|
|Disposable Email Domains Data Feed||Daily|
Domain Intelligence Suite
300k+ new domain events recorded daily makes for a highly dynamic domain registration landscape; however, scattered across 2800+ authoritative sources without a uniform recording format. Additionally, the rising number of private domain registrations and WHOIS redaction levels have diminished access to clues that are critical to employing actionable intelligence against cybercriminals.
Our Domain Intelligence Suite has been designed to mitigate these challenges by empowering unparalleled reach to 7+ billion historical domain changes dating back to 2012. Cybersecurity professionals can analyze all current and historic international domain activity to uncover hidden criminal footprints and gain enhanced coverage of the battlefield with data quality and comprehensiveness far exceeding what is publicly available. Our WHOIS information is consistent, unified, and well-parsed.
Complete Domain Intelligence Suite
Contextualizing 330+ million active domains is necessary to separate legitimate from troublemaking hosts reaching your network. But this work is untenable without near real-time access to adequate domain intelligence. How can cybersecurity professionals more effectively spot malicious and impersonated online properties hiding dormant until activated for an attack?
Our Domain Intelligence Suite offers the perfect combination of WHOIS, DNS, disposable email, and categorization databases to conduct IP-to-hostname and other types of correlation for billions of unique and changing IP addresses. Armed with said intelligence, cybersecurity professionals can protect vulnerable users and assets by detecting and preventing domain threats as well as reducing the overall attack surface.
IP Intelligence Suite
Our collection of IP geolocation-based APIs supplemented by DNS data is ideal for detecting, investigating, and responding to cyber attacks. Cybersecurity professionals can gather intelligence about traffic coming to their network and better map relationships between IP addresses, domain names, and ties to malicious individuals and criminal groups.
- Security threat intelligence providers can keep tabs on emerging threats and trends via domain- and IP-related alerts.
- Digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) teams can compare and contrast network logs with our well-parsed and well-structured raw datasets.
- Managed security service providers (MSSPs) can integrate our APIs into clients’ endpoint and network security solutions to study potential threat sources.
- Managed detection and response (MDR) service providers can hunt for potential threats using our comprehensive domain, DNS, and IP databases.
- Security information and event management (SIEM) software vendors can integrate our exhaustive datasets into their solutions to enrich their analysis.
- Security operations centers (SOCs) can detect most salient threats and prioritize response aided by vulnerability reports and near-real-time alerts.