BEYOND THE FIREWALL: IMPLEMENTING DNS DEFENSES TO MITIGATE ONLINE VULNERABILITIES AND THREATS
DNS forms the underlying infrastructure for how the internet works, serving as a directory to point users to the right web content. When DNS goes down, websites, email, voice-over IP, and remote employee login goes down with it.
Failure of these digital assets leads to a significant impact in terms of lost revenue and brand reputation because of the threats lurking from cyber criminals waiting for an opening. There are 10 major threats associated with DNS vulnerabilities and four simple steps to defend against them all.
Read our white paper, Beyond the Firewall: Implementing DNS Defenses to Mitigate Online Vulnerabilities and Threats, to find out why a firewall is just not enough in today's cyber crime environment.
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