[Video] Changing Definition of Core Networking and Enterprise Expectations on Security
As cyber attacks continue to mount and DNS is fast becoming a major threat vector exploited by hackers, the definition of core networking(DNS, DHCP, IP Address Management) is changing rapidly. Security has become a critical component in this changed scenario. However, many enterprises are still viewing the two as separate components, making the solution and architectural decisions without a comprehensive view. With such disconnect, the hackers are sure to slip through these cracks and the resulting havoc is very expensive, sometimes leading to the loss of brand value.
We have asked this question to our executives, Prakash Nagpal, VP Product Marketing and Joel Ferman, Sr. Director of Product Management. Both Prakash and Joel have discussed this emerging trend on what should the core networking stack look like and what Infoblox is doing about it. Recently Infoblox has introduced a package (a.k.a., Core Bundle) to help customers go beyond the traditional meaning of Core Networking and secure their DNS.
Watch the video to learn about how the core networking is changing and how Infoblox is helping customers with Core Bundle. You will learn what Core Bundle is and how it can help.