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DomainTools to Host Webinar: Best Practices for Building a Security Technology Strategy

Seattle – November 1, 2017 DomainTools, the leader in domain name and DNS-based cyber threat intelligence, today announced an upcoming webinar, ‘Best Practices for Building a Security Technology Strategy,’ which will focus on providing practical advice on selecting and integrating security technology in Security Operation Centers (SOCs). Adam Zoller, DomainTools advisory board member and information security operations leader at a leading financial institution, will host the webinar on Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 10am PST.

According to Gartner’s latest growth forecast on security spending, worldwide expenditures on information security products will reach $86.4 billion by the end of this year, and are expected to grow to $93 billion in 2018. As organizations become increasingly vulnerable to massive data breaches, ideally more investment will be devoted to emerging application security testing tools and systems that enable security teams to quickly and preventatively defend against imminent threats. With over a decade of information security experience evaluating threats and delivering actionable intelligence to leadership and security teams, Adam will speak to real-world examples of what makes a resilient SOC technology stack and share strategies that organizations can incorporate into their budgeting plans for 2018.

DomainTools Webinar: Best Practices for Building a Security Technology Strategy

Who:Adam Zoller, information security operations leader and DomainTools advisory board member

When:Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017 at 10am PST/1pm EST


  • How to think about technology strategy for network defense
  • Real world examples in host prevention and detection
  • Strategies to measure success in a network defense organization

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