Australia is now in a heightened state of cybersecurity. Following the prime minister’s warning in June on state-based cyber-attacks, organizations are now evaluating ways to strengthen their cyber resilience. One of the key recommendations is to secure all internet infrastructure and access at individual, company, and government levels.
Domain security is the cornerstone of preventing cyber threats, such as domain name system (DNS) hijacking. But what is domain security, and what are the best practices to help companies get and stay secure?
Together with our guest speakers Bruce Tonkin, the chief operating officer for .AU Domain Administration Limited (auDA), and Ram Mohan, the chief operating officer for Afilias, we’ll discuss:
- Forbes Global 2000 adoption rates of security protocols pertaining to domain-based message authentication, reporting, and conformance, registry locks, and DNS security extensions
- Top industries and regions using best practice security measures
- Recommendations for a defense-in-depth approach to online security to better secure digital assets, such as corporate domain names, digital certificates, and DNS
- .AU new domain licensing rules, including impacts and opportunities.