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  • Shining a Spotlight on DNS Security
    Shining a Spotlight on DNS Security David Veneski and Krupa Srivatsan Recorded: May 2 2018 57 mins
    The Domain Name System (DNS) plays a crucial role in network connectivity. Unfortunately, cybercrimals have come to rely its connective nature to execute a broad spectrum of attacks, from malware to ransomware to data exfiltration.

    Regrettably, in many organizations, DNS represents a gaping hole in network defenses.

    In this webinar, you will discover how the innovative Core Bundle Promotion from Infoblox helps protect your network from aggressive DNS-based threats, while providing an integrated suite of capabilities mandatory in today’s challenging environments.

    Join us and learn how the Core Bundle can help you:
    •Gain comprehensive capabilities, including advanced DDI services, DNS security, reporting and analytics, and application performance optimization
    •Maintain application availability while protecting your infrastructure
    •Protect your data and mitigating the effects of malware
    •Implement best practices for threat containment and operations
    •Get more value from your investments through the compelling economics of the Core Bundle Promotion

    Whether you are new to Infoblox or an existing customer, you owe it to yourself to attend.

    Be in the know. Stay safe.
  • Learn How to Close the Gap in Your DNS security
    Learn How to Close the Gap in Your DNS security Troy Hager and Blair Rampling Recorded: Apr 30 2018 44 mins
    There’s Something Missing from Your Defensive Lineup

    Cybersecurity is a team sport. No one player can win the game solo. Unfortunately, existing “players” often leave gaps in your defenses. One of the most serious of these is DNS. It’s used by more than 90% of malware to communicate with menacing C&C servers, steal data, or hold it hostage through ransomware—malicious activities that go undetected by traditional technology players.

    Learn How to Close the Gap in Your DNS security
    Infoblox ActiveTrust® Cloud turns DNS from a security gap into your MVP of defense. Attend this live demo webinar and see how ActiveTrust Cloud allows you to:

    •Automatically block DNS-based data exfiltration and stop the spread of malware.
    •Enhance visibility and prioritize issues fast, by accessing rich network data in context.
    •Achieve rapid results with a service which deploys easily and scales quickly without dedicated IT resources.

    Register to watch the demo.
  • Data Protection and Malware Mitigation with ActiveTrust Cloud
    Data Protection and Malware Mitigation with ActiveTrust Cloud Krupa Srivatsan Recorded: Apr 3 2018 43 mins
    Your First line of Defense—DNS Security

    Your data is your crown jewel. It is also the jewel that bad actors want to steal. And they will use the least protected pathway to get to that data. Today, the least protected pathway is DNS. In addition, your workforce is increasingly mobile (according to Gartner, by 2019, 57% of workers will not be deskbound in the office) and the number of connected devices is exponentially increasing. Security needs have changed and need to be where your employees and devices are–everywhere.

    Meet your data’s own security detail – your DNS. DNS is the perfect choke point to stop not just data exfiltration through it, but also detect and stop malware like ransomware from spreading and executing. Infoblox ActiveTrust Cloud protects your devices everywhere - on or off the premises, prevents DNS-based data exfiltration, and automatically stops device communications with command-and-control servers (C&Cs) and botnets. It is delivered as a service, which means you get:

    -Easy, fast, reliable, high value implementations at lower upfront costs
    -Unlimited scale
    -Ease of use without the need for dedicated IT resources

    Watch this webinar to learn how ActiveTrust Cloud can become your core defense.
  • Securing App Performance with DNS-based GSLB and New Network Core Services
    Securing App Performance with DNS-based GSLB and New Network Core Services Rohit Mehra and Prakash Nagpal Recorded: Mar 26 2018 61 mins
    In our digital economy, business-critical applications must be available, responsive, reliable, and able to meet global on-demand application performance expectations. Network and security teams face stronger challenges than ever before:

    -24/7/365 global app availability
    -High cost of application failure
    -Global deployments across hybrid clouds
    -Proliferation of SDN and IoT
    -Ongoing security threats

    IDC has just completed its latest research on the new core–the cutting-edge functionality essential to empower and secure today's networks. Guest speakers from IDC, Infoblox, and a leading global law firm will share the latest thinking on issues such as network visibility, reporting, predictive analytics; traffic control for uptime and performance; detection and prevention of data exfiltration and malware.
  • Better Network Availability & Security: 10 Questions to Evaluate a DDI Solution
    Better Network Availability & Security: 10 Questions to Evaluate a DDI Solution Roger Barlow, Senior Product Manager, DDI; Tom Coffeen, Chief IPv6 Evangelist; David Veneski, Product Marketing Manager Recorded: Aug 8 2017 68 mins
    Defining Your DDI Future

    A DNS, DHCP, and IP address management solution (DDI) is essential for network availability and functionality. As networking demands increase and expand, it’s important to move beyond zero-dollar products, spreadsheets, and first-generation IP-centric systems to a modern solution for highly available, reliable, and resilient core services that can meet those future demands. But not all DDI solutions are created equal.

    Join this webinar and learn:

    - Why DDI is used
    - 10 questions you should ask to evaluate a DDI solution
    - How Infoblox uses DDI to integrate and deliver enterprise-grade network solutions and connectivity
  • Protect Your DNS from Ransomware Attacks
    Protect Your DNS from Ransomware Attacks Farsight Security CEO, Dr. Paul Vixie | Infoblox Chief DNS Architect, Cricket Liu Recorded: Jun 20 2017 68 mins
    On May 12, 2017, the WannaCry and Jaff ransomware attacks infected hundreds of thousands of computers in 150 countries. If the targets of those attacks had employed a strong DNS defense, including DNS Response Policy Zones (DNS RPZ), prior to May 12, chances are they could have protected their data.

    Learn more about WannaCry, Jaff, and other cyber threats and how you can protect your data and organization by attending our exclusive security event. Hear from RPZ creator and DNS luminary Dr. Paul Vixie, CEO of Farsight Security and Infoblox Chief DNS Architect Cricket Liu in a live videocast.
  • Avoiding Business Disruption From Advanced DDoS Attacks
    Avoiding Business Disruption From Advanced DDoS Attacks John Pescatore of SANS Institute, Cricket Liu of Infoblox, and Sam Kumarsamy of Infoblox Recorded: Jun 1 2017 54 mins
    Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks have moved well beyond brute force attacks and continue to evolve - and continue to cause significant business disruption. Application level DDoS attacks evade simple rate-based detection and filtering approaches. They’re targeting business-critical services such as DNS. Ransomware, a denial-of-service attack that focuses on data, is a growing delivery method for cyber crime. Recovery from any of these forms of DDoS is always complex and labor intensive - prevention and mitigation are key.

    Attend this webinar and gain key insights as SANS Institute's John Pescatore discusses the latest trends in DDoS attacks and Infoblox's DNS pioneer Cricket Liu discusses the importance of protecting your infrastructure from internal and external DNS attacks.
  • Enhancing Your Security Infrastructure with Infoblox Threat Intelligence
    Enhancing Your Security Infrastructure with Infoblox Threat Intelligence Jonathan Abbe, Security Product Managerment, Infoblox; Sam Kumasarmy, Senior Product Marketing, Infoblox Recorded: Apr 26 2017 39 mins
    If your organization is like many, you've subscribed to external intelligence and/or you're using internal patchwork of threat intelligence within various departments—some information here, some information there that can't be used anywhere else—no way to integrate. And that means, you end up with gaps in your view of the threat intelligence and your defense across your infrastructure.

    Join us for an upcoming webinar and learn how Infoblox Threat Intelligence Data Exchange (TIDE) can help you:

    • Get what you need: Easily create threat intelligence data feeds to combine Infoblox’s high-quality data with the data you already have.
    • Easily deploy data: Obtain, manage and distribute data across your infrastructure from a centralized point.
    • Prevent malicious activity: Deploy threat intelligence directly within Infoblox DNS Firewall and other security technologies.

    Register today and get the complete picture.
  • 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.

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