Best Practice Guide Financial Services
Make Use of Adversary Infrastructure in the Financial Sector
It’s understood that the threat landscape is growing and evolving, though certain trends may be quickening relative to earlier times. With adoption of large language models (LLMs) like ChatGPT, more convincing phishing lures, Business Email Compromise (BEC), and more, there are many opportunities for bad actors to craft new ways to bypass detection. As one of the highest-profile targets for cybercrime, intellectual property theft, extortion, fraud, and espionage, the financial sector is especially at risk to these threats.
In this Best Practices Guide, we offer insights into the cyber threats facing the financial sector, what the landscape looks like for defenders, and how security teams are making effective use of adversary infrastructure analysis to gain an edge.
In this guide, readers will learn about:
- The current threat landscape
- Successes and limitations of common defensive strategies
- The value of DNS and DNS-adjacent data in compliance with complex regulations and in adversary analysis, and why DomainTools is a leader in this space
- How financial-sector security teams are solving important security problems with DomainTools