In today’s internet age, enterprise security has focused primarily on protecting the online perimeter (i.e., the network border). The rationale was, if you could block malware and bad agents from entering the network, then you could protect your data and your business.
Cyber criminals, however, are persistent and adaptive. As one door closes, they discover a new, open window. Now, cyber criminals are disrupting organizations by attacking the protocol responsible for their online presence— their domain name system (DNS).
If you’re maintaining your own DNS, then increasingly you’ll need to implement a secondary DNS solution to provide your business with the redundancy it requires to maintain its online presence. Read our latest white paper about using secondary DNS service to keep your infrastructure safe from cyber criminals.