Securing DNS Infrastructure

Presented by

Arya Barirani, VP Product Marketing, Infoblox

About this talk

DNS is the cornerstone of the Internet yet rarely is given a second thought when it comes to securing it against attacks and exploitation by malware. In 2013, Internet attacks against DNS servers grew 200%; and malware exploitation of DNS enabled major security breaches (e.g. NY Times, Facebook, etc.). If your DNS services are down or slowed, business revenue and productivity are impacted. Identification and mitigation is difficult because DNS applications don’t provide enough visibility into attacks and exploits. Additionally, traditional practices of over provisioning server capacity and manually maintaining blacklists no longer apply as it’s not possible to keep up with evolving threats. In this webinar, Infoblox will share insights on how to secure external and internal DNS services against Internet-based attacks and malware exploitation. Centralized visibility on attacks and infected clients combined with automatic updates against evolving threats and malicious domains enable businesses to secure their DNS services.

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