More than 70% of modern attacks involve the Domain Name System (DNS) in the attack sequence – yet many organizations don’t monitor DNS traffic, particularly when that traffic is encrypted.
Attacks using DNS can take the form of spoofing, amplification, and tunneling, just to name a few. Adversaries can use DNS to gather actionable information of targeted victims or enterprises, they can hijack DNS queries to exfiltrate data, they can set up their own malicious DNS servers, or they can communicate using legitimate DNS application layer protocol to avoid detection and network filtering.
Organizations need better control over their DNS, not only for security, but also better visibility, faster resolution, and consistently high availability, ensuring the best experience for users.
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