While many companies spend time reviewing the domain names they wish to lapse, they don’t always have all the information to make a truly informed decision. At CSC, it’s our responsibility to make sure you understand your options and potential security threats.

To help you navigate this complicated decision, we’ve come up with a three-step strategic plan: Stop – Review – Action.

Learn how to implement our domain lapse plan.


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Domain Security Best Practices for Australian Corporations

Domain Security Best Practices for Australian Corporations

Australia is now in a heightened state of cybersecurity. Together with our guest speakers Bruce Tonkin, COO of .AU Domain Administration Limited (auDA), and Ram Mohan, COO of Afilias, we’ll discuss domain security—the cornerstone of preventing cyber threats, such as domain name system (DNS) hijacking.

auDA, Afilias, .AU, Australia, Domain security


Safe domain: How to protect your enterprise from DNS hijackingd

Safe domain: How to protect your enterprise from DNS hijacking

Help Net Security September 1, 2020

In August 2019, cybersecurity researchers revealed that a hacker group known as  Sea Turtle targeted 40 telecoms, internet service providers, domain registrars and government organizations in the Middle East and North Africa. The attackers hijacked the domain names of ministries of foreign affairs, intelligence/military agencies and energy-related groups in those regions. As a result, Sea Turtle was able to intercept all internet data – including email and web traffic – sent to the victims.


Why 83 Percent of Large Companies Are Vulnerable to This Basic Domain Hack

Why 83 Percent of Large Companies Are Vulnerable to This Basic Domain Hack

Inc. June 25, 2020

A recent study shows that companies can't defend against potentially catastrophic domain name hijacks.  The study, released earlier this month by international business firm CSC, found that 83 percent of organizations surveyed haven't implemented baseline security measures like domain name registry locks, which help prevent domain name hijacking and/or unauthorized transfers..