The Domain Name System (DNS) is mission-critical infrastructure, so enterprises are increasingly – and justifiably – concerned about securing DNS from threats. The problem is, there is no single kind of threat when it comes to DNS.
Threats vary widely: attacks that can bring down servers; attacks that use DNS for command and control; and attacks that use DNS as a pathway for data exfiltration. Mitigating DNS threats effectively requires applying the right methodologies that work for the type of threat in question.
Want to learn how to match the right detection techniques to the threat? Join this 30-minute webinar on Tuesday, September 8th at 10 am Pacific to learn:
- The basics of each threat detection method: reputation, signature and behavior
- The pros and cons of each methodology
- The type of attacks effectively mitigated by each technique
DNS is ubiquitous and can be used as an optimal enforcement point in an enterprise’s network to improve security. But traditional security controls don’t effectively secure DNS, and closing the DNS backdoor through a range of techniques is a key strategy for successful protection of infrastructure and data.
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