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Using the DNS to Block Phishing Attempts

Although phishing has been around for decades, it’s still one of the most popular tactics used by cyber criminals.

Education helps but is rarely 100% effective. Millions of spoof emails are sent every day and they get ever more convincing.

Nominet’s NTX platform uses original research, data science and machine learning to weed out the signs of phishing. It analyses DNS traffic that’s usually whitelisted by firewalls and other cyber security measures to prevent phishing campaigns from being effective.

This short video explains how phishing works and how NTX prevents harm, should your staff click through to the wrong place.
Recorded Jun 14 2019 3 mins
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Proactively detect and block cyber threats to your organisation.
The NTX solution from Nominet cuts through the noise, detecting and pinpointing threats on your network immediately.

Our solution identifies and proactively addresses threats to enable cyber security teams to operate in an efficient and insightful way, whilst protecting your business and reputation.

Built to analyse billions of DNS data packets in real time, NTX provides you with visibility and protection on critical threats to your organisation, including malware, phishing and data exfiltration.

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