The infosecurity community is built on the fundamental principle that in order to combat cyber crime, we must work together. There are many examples of this mentality in the infosec community including ISACs, Open Source Intelligence, Information Sharing groups, and more. DomainTools is committed to “paying it forward” with a focus on provisioning free access to DomainTools data and products to nonprofits and higher education programs. A few examples include:
The SANS Institute was established as a cooperative research and education organization. Its programs now reach more than 165,000 security professionals around the world. DomainTools is proud to provide access to Iris for students and instructors for course FOR578.
If you feel you qualify for access to DomainTools education program, please fill out the email [email protected]
Outside of our continued investment in the infosecurity space, we work hard to give back to our local community. We do this in a number of ways, including our annual day of service with the Nature Consortium, as well as on an employee level.
Every year to celebrate DomainTools’ anniversary, the company comes together for a day of service at the Nature Consortium in Seattle, WA. Our 60+ employees spend roughly 5 hours helping conserve natural wetlands. We celebrate our hard work with some refreshments and food after our hard day of work!
Here at DomainTools there are a multitude of employees who dedicate their time out of the office to various volunteer organizations. Our DomainTools community have a tendency to come together to donate time, money, and resources to these organizations. In addition, our leadership and management team supports these employees by permitting a flexible work schedule. We have included a few examples of employee service below:
"As a professional I feel it is important to give back to organizations (the WSCPA and SheJumps) that help develop young professionals' and their sense of confidence. It is critical to pay our learnings forward to future generations of professionals and give them tools to be successful."
"I volunteer as a radio operator and public information officer for Seattle Auxiliary Communication Services, an organization under Seattle's Office of Emergency Management. Living in a very seismically active region, we have to practice and refine our response to a major emergency. But our skills are also helpful for logistical communications in lesser emergencies or planned events. DomainTools flexible time off policy provides me with an opportunity to give back to the community and geek out with radio technology!"
"One of the great things about DomainTools is maintaining great work/life balance. DomainTools always respects time and commitment to Delta Dog Therapy, Project Canine, and the Seattle Animal Shelter. I never have to choose between work and a cause I’m passionate about."