To help companies understand and get secure against the very real cyber threats that have increased in 2020, we created a free interactive resource, the “Domain Security Checklist,” based on our defense in depth security approach. It walks you through pertinent questions and identifies risks that may not have been considered previously.
The online world has played a crucial role in keep things together—from communicating with each other, to shopping, to working from home—all so that we can follow the rules and reduce our exposure to the virus. To help you navigate through the complexity of keeping your online presence protected as well as secured, we have summarized our 2020 best practice guides for you.
In this blog, we’ll explore why the humble domain name means so much more with regards to online security, and why good domain security and portfolio management is essential to an organization’s online presence—and what happens without it.
Par Ken Linscott, Directeur produits, Noms de domaine et Sécurité, Mark Flegg, Directeur mondial, Services de sécurité,et Letitia Thian, Responsable marketingShare this post Une nouvelle menace a vu le jour : elle se nomme « SAD DNS » et permet aux attaquants de
Recent studies have shown that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the shift away from physical stores to digital shopping by roughly five years.
There is a new threat in town known as “SAD DNS” that allows attackers to redirect traffic, putting companies at risk of phishing, data breach, reputation damage, and revenue loss.
Par le Directeur mondial CSC Vincent D’Angelo, le Conseiller exécutif Global Brand Security Quinn Taggartet la Responsable Global Marketing Sue WattsShare this post Avec la persistance de la pandémie de Covid-19, le shopping se fera principalement en ligne pour les
The one thing every major organization needs to be aware of is—your domain name portfolio is being watched like a hawk! There are hundreds of third parties with various motivations that will immediately register your lapsed domain names. Below are some of the risks associated with lapsing the wrong name.
KBR Inc. is an American-born, global company founded in 1901 operating in three major markets—energy, technology, and government solutions. For a company that grows annually through acquisitions, keeping on top of new domain name systems (DNS) and domain names is
Top-Level .ar Domain Launch Delayed
The registry for .ar domains, NIC.AR, announced the postponement of General Availability for the launch of top-level .ar…
Compare and Select Your New Domains
Neustar registry announced plans to launch two previously closed gTLDs, .compare and .select. Both TLDs will include a Sunrise phase for trademark holders beginning April 6, 2020…
Brexit Has Arrived for .EU Domains
The United Kingdom approved a Withdrawal Agreement with the European Union in the wake of Brexit…
The following TLDs have launch phases (Pre-General Availability) that are currently still in progress…