3 weeks ago
The Domain Name System (DNS) is essentially the central nervous system of the internet—everyone needs it to work because without DNS services, digital business would come to a halt. Cybercriminals know this, too, and use DNS services to launch their attacks while they simultaneously attack the DNS services of their targets. Therefore, it’s not only important to protect your organization’s DNS service, but also to use the data available from DNS services to more rapidly detect and more surgically block threat activity such as phishing, DNS tunneling-based data exfiltration, and ransomware. To accomplish these goals, join SANS Director of Emerging Security Trends John Pescatore and Infoblox Senior Product Marketing Manager Bob Hansmann as they discuss best practices for an effective DNS security architecture.