Security Trails published an article that is also a sales pitch, but is still worth a read. The topic surrounds new domain registrations and how it can help in the area of cybersecurity.
From the article:
Benefits of monitoring newly registered domains
Lists of recently registered domains can be used for multiple purposes, such as for marketing. They can aid in identifying and spying on your competition and their business plans.
And within the cybersecurity field, keeping your eyes on recently registered domains gives you the ability to detect and track suspicious domains that could be involved in malicious activities such as phishing, spam or malware campaigns.
With the huge number of domain registrations performed every day, it’s easy for almost anyone outside of the technical cybersecurity field to get caught up in fake domain campaigns and digital traps set by malicious actors.
Phishing, virus and malware campaigns use different domain generation algorithms to create new domain names every day. The good thing is that cybersecurity companies and SOC teams have multiple ways to track this down and one of those is by exploring newly registered domain databases and feeds, such as the one we offer here at SecurityTrails.
If this kind of access is something you need you should check out the article and all the plans provided.