Real-time Collaboration, Real-time Investigation with Farsight DNSDB and Polarity



Polarity, an innovative memory augmentation platform for responders and analysts, is the newest addition to Farsight's rapidly expanding portfolio of integrated security solutions for SIEM, Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR), and Threat Intelligence Platform markets.

Polarity works by analyzing the content of a user’s screen and notifying the user about intelligence of interest to their investigation. Leveraging Farsight DNSDB integration with Polarity, threat investigators, responders and security analysts can now be presented with critical history about an IP address or domain name in real-time. Because everyone working on an investigation sees the same information at same time, investigators are less likely to miss critical intelligence links because Polarity finds and remembers relevant contextual information.

Polarity customers can also take advantage of Farsight’s support for the security industry’s trend toward solutions interoperability. Farsight’s policy of easy portability for DNSDB API keys means Polarity customers that also run ThreatConnect can share a single DNSDB API key across both solutions with automated or manual queries debited against the customer’s daily quota.

About Farsight DNSDB

Farsight DNSDB® contains more than 100B DNS records dating back to 2010 and continuously updated in real-time. Using DNSDB, threat hunters, incident response teams, security analysts and other investigators can answer questions such as:

• Where did this domain name point to in the past? • What domain names are hosted on a given IP address? • What domain names use a given nameserver? • What fully-qualified domain names exist below a delegation point?

Farsight DNSDB with Polarity

Learn more why investigators increasingly are turning to Farsight DNSDB and Polarity to advance their investigations.

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