DNS: From Security Risk to Defensive Asset

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The domain name system (DNS) is a ubiquitous network infrastructure, but many often do not realize its value in security defense. However, DNS is also a central element of various cyber-attacks.

In this webinar, we will explore some common techniques that malicious hackers use to penetrate your network or steal your data so that you are aware of the potential security holes.

We will also discuss how you can detect and mitigate those malicious activities and even use DNS to enhance your security posture from foundation up for your defense-in-depth strategy.

Key takeaways:

  • An assessment of the security risks associated with DNS
  • How to use DNS to bolster your security defenses
  • How to reduce time and cost of your enterprise threat defense


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Michael Hill

Former Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Oussama Louhaïdia

Head of Information Security, Member at ClubCISO

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Philip Qian

Senior Product Manager-Security, Infoblox

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Mike Weber

Vice-President, Coalfire Labs

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