It’s obvious that data breaches are impacting organizations of all sizes, industries and geographies, but what may not be obvious is how the Domain Name System (DNS) is often used by Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) to infect devices inside corporate networks and to exfiltrate data. Traditional security mechanisms aren’t focused on DNS and, often, no single person or team within the IT organization is responsible for DNS security.
What if you could make DNS a security asset inside your organization, to defeat or at least slow down the bad guys and protect your company’s precious data assets?
Join me for a 30-minute webinar at 1 pm Eastern on March 4 as I share insights on:
- DNS attacks that can infect network devices and exfiltrate data.
- Best practices for securing DNS to defend against APTs.
- A proven solution for empowering DNS servers to defend themselves.
To register, click here.