At the inception of the internet and domain name system—aka, DNS—only education organizations and government bodies were online. Back then, trust was assumed and security wasn’t even a thought. But today with the world online, DNS is one of the most regular targets of cyber criminals.
The most recent DDoS and DNS hijacking attacks highlight how bad actors intercept and manipulate a company’s legitimate web traffic, harvest information, and perform malicious activities like phishing. The stakes are high for businesses. Without a functioning DNS, there’s no company website or internet presence, and sometimes, no phone access either (if using voice over IP).
But there are ways to keep your infrastructure safe from cyber criminals. Read our latest guide for six ways to enhance your DNS security.
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Best Practices: The Case for a Secondary DNS Service