Domain Name and Its Technology in Ecosystem Security
Ihab Shraim is the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at CSC, where he is responsible for the vision, innovation, and product revenue growth within the company’s cybersecurity, domain security, fraud protection, and brand protection lines of business. Shraim has a proven track record in devising business strategies to deliver strategic growth through focused technology innovation, go-to-market product strategies, and customer service excellence.
He has extensive expertise in facilitating the alignment of corporate business vision with information technology strategies to achieve measurable results with successful outcomes. Shraim has developed cutting-edge, patented disruptive technologies and services to deliver consistent year-over-year product revenue growth. Additionally, he is named as a primary inventor on 10 U.S. patents.
Prior to joining CSC, he was on the board of Binary Guard while also serving as their CTO. He also worked as the General Manager for Presidio’s managed security service and was the Vice President of engineering – anti-fraud, and Chief Information Security Officer at MarkMonitor (Clarivate Analytics).
In this episode of Cybersecurity Insights, Ihab discusses:
- The underestimation of domain security by security experts and businesses;
- The motives behind malicious actors targeting domain portfolios and the technology ecosystem;
- The methods employed by malicious actors to exploit emerging domain name extensions such as AI;
- And much more.