Website Contacts API Blog
Conducting Passive Reconnaissance Using Website Contacts Database Intel and Search Results
Is your supplier or partner, or a new acquisition of yours a potential threat? If you’re reading this, you’re probably asking yourself the same thing.
Third-party vendor risks have become a pressing concern among businesses in the wake of recent supply chain attacks. Around 59% of organizations have encountered an attack that can be traced back to their suppliers. This number has probably increased as reports of new vendor-caused attacks make headlines every day.
Many organizations believe that vendor risk assessment should be a high priority as they engage with more service providers. Unfortunately, most do not have the resources to do so. Among those who do, only 36% believe that their third-party risk management programs work.Continue reading
How to Improve Your Website's SEO Using Cyber Intelligence
If you’re a newcomer, by now you’re probably well-acquainted with the fact that a great website or product means nothing if nobody’s going to see it. If you want to get in front of your prospective customers, you have to know two things: who they are and how to find them.
There are two ways to reach your audience via search engines: organically, through a wise SEO strategy, and using paid ads.
While paying for the ads may be the easiest way, it is not a sustainable long-term solution. That is why improving your website’s SEO content is the best way to grow your online presence and business.
In this article, we’ll talk about two core strategies and unique cyber intelligence API tools you can use to boost your SEO. As the world of digital marketing is changing due to new privacy regulations, the way websites gather data on its users has to evolve. Cyber intelligence is a revolutionary way to adjust to these changes and get ahead of your competitors. Want to find out more? Keep on reading!Continue reading
Addressing Threat Correlation Challenges with Website Contacts API and Other Domain Research Tools
A threat defense system that runs separately from operation systems and applications is comparable to a bank with security guards who do not possess any firearms, metal detectors, or radio equipment. Anyone can get assess in that this establishment's security is fragile, and there's a good chance that robbers can get whatever they want. Sure, the guards can try to protect the bank with hand-to-hand combat, but that's no match for the robbers' guns.
Ridiculous as it may sound, most organizations' cybersecurity infrastructure works in the same way — with blind spots between their threat intelligence gathering and response tools. As a result, cybercriminals can quickly launch attacks on digital infrastructure. No matter how well an organization designs its threat defense, if there is no efficient correlation, it won't be as effective.
In this post, we examined some of the most common threat correlation challenges and how Domain Research Monitoring tools, such as a Website Contacts API and Domain Reputation API, can help organizations face them.Continue reading