Deteque Threat Report 2018

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Malware, ransomware, spam…behind all sorts of malicious online activity there’s a common thread, the infrastructure used by criminals that’s running on infected machines or has been fraudulently obtained. At the heart of this malicious infrastructure is the use of Botnets to infect and control legitimate networks. This Report from Deteque traces the current threat from Botnets, their patterns of activity, operation and origins with guidance and steps you can take to minimise risks.

Included in the Report is a case study of how a global hosting company dramatically reduced Botnet activity on its network using threat data as part of its Domain Name System (DNS) resolution. The result: Improved, automated protection for their customers and more time available for their IT team to focus on other security issues.

The learning outcomes:

  • The threats posed by Botnets and current global trends 
  • Immediate steps you can take to reduce high-risk network connections 
  • How to mitigate risks using threat data as part of Domain Name System (DNS) resolution

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