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  • Designing an Effective IPv6 Addressing Plan Designing an Effective IPv6 Addressing Plan Tom Coffeen, Chief IPv6 Evangelist Recorded: Apr 10 2015 44 mins
    The developed world's global Internet registries have officially depleted their supply of free IPv4 addresses. IPv6 is not just the future—it’s already here (65% of Verizon’s traffic is over IPv6!). Some organizations even have their IPv6 allocations already. But since a single site assignment in IPv6 contains 1 trillion, trillion, addresses (or 279 trillion Internets!), designing an effective plan can be both intimidating and unnecessarily time consuming. With that many addresses, where do you start? Join us for this webinar as Tom Coffeen, Infoblox IPv6 evangelist and O'Reilly author of IPv6 Address Planning, discusses how to design, deploy, and successfully adopt an effective IPv6 addressing plan. Both IPv4 exhaustion and IPv6 adoption are real and happening now. Take the first step to realizing an effective IPv6 address plan and adoption strategy, and watch this webinar today.
  • From the Front Lines: The Top 10 DNS Attacks From the Front Lines: The Top 10 DNS Attacks Srikrupa Srivatsan, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Infoblox Recorded: Apr 9 2015 31 mins
    More than 75% of organizations in the U.S. and U.K. have experienced at least one DNS attack according to SC Magazine. DNS Attacks are increasing in frequency and evolving constantly. They range from common amplification, reflection, and flood attacks to more sophisticated and stealthier types. These might have fancy names like random subdomain, phantom domain, and domain lock-up, but their effects on DNS are far from pretty. Join this webinar as we reveal the top 10 attacks on external and internal DNS servers; and the impact they have on your operations.
  • Anatomy of a DNS Security Breach Anatomy of a DNS Security Breach Srikrupa Srivatsan, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Infoblox Recorded: Mar 26 2015 26 mins
    DNS security breaches are more common than you think. From hijacking of a DNS record at the registrar to cache poisoning to data exfiltration through DNS, they can cause significant damage in terms of direct revenue loss, theft of sensitive information, and brand damage. Because DNS is rarely monitored closely, malicious actors use it to avoid detection and slip under the radar. Early detection is key to minimizing damage and disrupting the cyber-kill chain at the DNS level. Join this webinar to learn the different breach tactics, the impact a security breach can have, and best practices and mitigation techniques. Keeping your DNS secure means keeping your data secure.
  • Simplifying Private Cloud Deployments: The Next Generation of Network Automation Simplifying Private Cloud Deployments: The Next Generation of Network Automation Matt Gowarty, Sr. Product Marketing Manager Recorded: Mar 26 2015 29 mins
    Private cloud deployments are going mainstream. The problem is that VM visibility and DNS, DHCP, and IP address management automation are still a huge challenge that can cause delays, manual work, and errors. Those days are over. Watch this webinar and learn how you can be enabled to put your private cloud networking on auto-pilot. See the next generation of network automation for cloud and virtual environments to help simplify your private cloud deployment.
  • Defend Your Network from APTs that Exploit DNS Defend Your Network from APTs that Exploit DNS Seema Kathuria, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Infoblox Recorded: Mar 24 2015 33 mins
    Cybercriminals are bypassing conventional security tools and increasingly using DNS — a business-critical but rarely protected service — to execute APTs, infect devices, and exfiltrate data. In 2014, according to Ponemon Institute, data breaches cost an average of $159 per record, impacting companies like eBay, JPMorgan Chase, and Sony Pictures. Can you afford to be next? Find out why you should be worried about APTs that exploit DNS — and how to defend your network.
  • DNS as a Control Point for Cyber Risk DNS as a Control Point for Cyber Risk Cricket Liu, Chief Infrastructure Officer, Infoblox; Dr. Paul Vixie, Chairman & CEO, Farsight Security Inc. Recorded: Jan 15 2015 46 mins
    The Domain Name System (DNS) is a key building block of internet communications, which is fast becoming one of the top cyberattack vectors for external attacks on the infrastructure. In addition, APT and malware use DNS to connect to malicious domains or botnet controllers. Listen in as Cricket Liu, Chief Infrastructure Officer of Infoblox, and Dr. Paul Vixie, CEO of Farsight Security, present on common vulnerabilities and attack surfaces, different types of DNS threat vectors, as well as security strategies and configuration techniques to help mitigate risk. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from the industry’s leading DNS thought leaders on the pivotal role DNS plays in securing the world’s digital infrastructure, watch now!
  • Defend Your Network against DNS-based DDoS Attacks Defend Your Network against DNS-based DDoS Attacks Cricket Liu, Chief Infrastructure Officer, Infoblox Recorded: Jan 8 2015 28 mins
    DNS is business-critical and an easy target for attack and exploitation. Daily news headlines tell of businesses hit hard by DNS-based DDoS attacks—stories about angry customers, lost revenue, and damaged reputations. In 2013, DNS-based attacks increased by 216%! With Forrester estimating the cost of a 24-hour outage at $27 million, can you afford to take your chances? Watch this webinar to hear Cricket Liu, author of DNS and BIND, share insights on why you should be worried about DNS-based DDoS attacks—and how you can make your DNS servers into their own best defense.
  • Protecting DNS: Securing Your Internet Address Book Protecting DNS: Securing Your Internet Address Book Cricket Liu, Chief Infrastructure Officer, Infoblox & John Pescatore, Director, SANS Institute Recorded: Dec 17 2014 47 mins
    The Domain Name System (DNS) is a critical protocol in internet communications and is increasingly being focused on by hackers to launch advanced targeted attacks. Securing DNS assets is often overlooked in organizations efforts to protect IT infrastructures, since most legacy security technologies do not address the DNS security gap. As a result, man-in-the-middle attacks and denial-of-service attacks that severely impact business are common but are also easily avoidable. To change the present situation, network, data center and security experts as well as practitioners and executives need a better understanding of this threat and techniques to combat it. Watch this webinar to hear from the industry’s leading DNS thought leaders on how the Critical Security Controls are used to address these risks.
  • Best Practices for Authoritative IPAM Best Practices for Authoritative IPAM Rick Bylina, Sr. Product Marketing Manager Recorded: Dec 9 2014 30 mins
    Corporate network complexity is growing beyond the reach of historically available tools. The need for accurate and dynamic IPAM is ever-growing. The IP address is the single, unique identifier for every object on the network, be it physical or virtual. The ranges of IP addresses define the networks themselves. Today’s need for IPAM goes beyond IP address tracking and allocation. With the ever-increasing size of today’s network, keeping track of multiple types of data pertaining to the devices connected across the network becomes increasingly complex. Watch this this webinar to gain insights into the evolution of IPAM and how this benefits enterprise IT teams.
  • Network Automation Survival Guide Part 2 Network Automation Survival Guide Part 2 Matt Gowarty, Sr. Product Mktg. Manager Recorded: Oct 24 2014 24 mins
    If you’ve ever ventured into the network wilderness equipped only with manual processes, you know how challenging it can be to slog through a morass of unforeseen issues, one by one. While we applaud your pluck and fortitude, we’d like to suggest some innovative strategies.

    Part 2 of the 2-part series will illustrate how Infoblox can help you use network automation to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and prevent human error. By using Infoblox NetMRI to intuitively manage layer-2 and layer-3 network devices, you’ll experience the joys of automated discovery and visualization, change and configuration management, and compliance and policy validation, enabling you to run a highly dynamic network infrastructure and ensure success.