pDNS and Intro to Scout

with Kelly Molloy and Daniel Schwalbe of Domain Tools

Wednesday, Sept 14
Noon ET


Join the experts from Farsight/DomainTools to learn all about Passive Domain System (pDNS) infrastructure, as well as Farsight/DomainTools’s DNSDB Scout, as well as why they are important to security operations and how they can help your organization strengthen its stance as well as contribute to the greater good. 

Speaker: Kelly Molloy, Director of Network Development, Domain Tools, LLC

Kelly Molloy is the Director of Network Development for DomainTools, LLC. She came to DomainTools as a result of the acquisition of Farsight Security, Inc, where she held the same position. Kelly's specialty is acquiring datasets and then finding ways to use big data to prevent network abuse.   

Speaker: Daniel Schwalbe, Chief Information Security Officer and VP/IT, Domain Tools, LLC

Daniel Schwalbe is the Chief Information Security Officer and VP/IT for DomainTools, LLC. He came to DT through the acquisition of Farsight Security Inc, and is a proven information security and privacy leader with over 20 years of operational and strategic information security practice. He has worked in higher education (17 years at the University of Washington), startup, government, and large enterprise settings. Daniel is an active contributor to the information security and privacy community as a regular presenter, workshop trainer, facilitator, and invited speaker at InfoSec conferences. Focus areas are DNS, incident response, cyber threat intelligence, digital forensics, national security, information sharing, policy development, and risk management. Experienced liaison to federal, state, and local law enforcement. Trusted contact for information security partnerships in Government, HigherEd, and Private sectors. US Army Veteran, a former member of the FBI Cybercrimes Task Force, InfoSec Mentor, University lecturer, and former REN-ISAC governance board member. 

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