Tracking The Cyber-Geography in The Russia Ukraine Conflict

Presented by

Paul Mockapetris, Chief Scientist at ThreatSTOP

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Cyberattacks are becoming increasingly harmful and more difficult to distinguish legitimate from nefarious correspondence. “Safe” IP space can be hijacked by attackers and new domains can be created in moments. Being vigilant in security is no longer sufficient. Watch this video as Paul talks a little more about the Russia-Ukraine Conflict and how ThreatSTOP is staying one step ahead of bad actors. Having a firewall or using a VPN is no longer enough for protecting your organization and information when searching websites or communicating with outside sources. Attacks are sophisticated and often include compromised credentials or re-routing of network traffic for decryption. To maximize your cybersecurity, you need to actively block known bad websites and the malicious IP addresses they resolve to. You can do this by enhancing the devices you already have in place for communications: your DNS service and firewalls. Intercept and stop the DNS lookups that malware uses to send data and receive instructions. Bolster this protection with dynamic network-level blockades of hostile IP address space. Want to learn more about geo-blocking and how ThreatSTOP can stop the threat before it stops you? Get in touch with one of our knowledgeable experts today. Join the community and let’s get you protected. We’re here to help and ready to answer your questions.

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