Five Must Ask DNS Questions

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Almost every action taken on the Internet begins with a domain name system (DNS) request that translates domain names to IP addresses. While DNS makes the Internet fast and efficient, and significantly more navigable for humans, it is inherently ripe for exploit due to its open and ubiquitous nature. DNS itself has no intelligence and, as a result, will resolve requests for both good and malicious domains.

Cybercriminals are capitalizing on this vulnerability in recursive DNS to launch damaging phishing attacks, malware and ransomware campaigns, and data exfiltration against companies.

So, how are you proactively protecting your network and users from these targeted threats? Download this whitepaper to learn five things to ask yourself as you consider a DNS security solution for your company.

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