Nathan Meyer, Security Product Manager, F5; Fran Howarth, Security Practice Leader, Bloor Research
Your DNS infrastructure is probably not secure, being largely ignored or overlooked due in part to lack of knowledge about the financial and brand implications, and also because DNS security (DNSSEC) has been perceived as costly and complicated to implement. That’s all changed.
In 2008, Dan Kaminsky highlighted a serious DNS flaw that at worst allowed hackers to redirect end-users to alternative, malicious banking sites or online retail portals.
For most organisations with an online presence, this risk remains.
This audiocast will show:
-Why hackers are targeting your DNS infrastructure
-The dangers to your organisation and your customers
-The liability implications of NOT implementing DNSSEC
-The automated tools and technologies available to implement DNSSEC without incurring major cost or time penalties
-How a secure DNS infrastructure can be a platform for a more secure Internet
Nathan Meyer, Security Product Manager, F5 Networks
Fran Howarth, Security Practice Leader, Bloor Research