Why companies are shifting security to the cloud to block malware.

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There are two dilemmas in security. First, your threat protections must wait until malware reaches your perimeter or endpoint before they can detect and prevent. Second, your mobile employees must keep their VPN always on for your full security stack to have control and visibility. Malware as well as command & control servers and phishing sites reside on the Internet. OpenDNS leverages the Internet’s existing infrastructure—the Domain Name System—to block these threats. Blocking threats on the Internet results in a 2-10X reduction in break-fix busy work and security alert noise. Your mobile employees get work done using Office 365, Salesforce, Box, and other cloud-hosted business apps, which means they don’t turn the VPN on. OpenDNS’s cloud-delivered network security service is a new layer of breach protection and Internet-wide visibility on and off the corporate network. You can even extend existing threat protections beyond your perimeter using our API-based integrations. Learn from OpenDNS’s product experts why companies are shifting security to the cloud. And why it takes only 30 minutes to protect any device, anywhere.

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