ShadowDragon: Solving the Challenges of Modern Investigations
Today, the internet is ubiquitous. It has revolutionized businesses and communications. It also has revolutionized crime. Unfortunately, the web has become a valuable vehicle for criminals to anonymously prey on victims through cyber breaches and corporate espionage. The Dark web now provides platforms for nefarious businesses operations of all kinds from identity theft, to money laundering, to human trafficking.
Cybercrime has been around for decades, but in 2010 there was a sharp rise in different attacks leveraging the internet. It was around that time that Daniel Clemens began to get requests for his security consulting company — Packet Ninjas — to investigate malicious online activity. This was before the term “Threat Intelligence” was coined. There were no tools available to easily do this type of research. It all had to be done manually.
Daniel Clemens is the founder and CEO of both ShadowDragon and Packet Ninjas, a niche cybersecurity consulting and services company.
With extensive experience in defensive and offensive security, Daniel has been a quiet trailblazer in digital intel-gathering long before cyber intelligence became a discipline. More than a decade ago he was inventing and applying his own intelligence tools in support of companies and governments around the world facing urgent threats. Using this deep understanding of web technologies and the behaviors of cybercriminals, he has enhanced, updated and packaged these tools under ShadowDragon.