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Ensuring GDPR Compliance by Preventing DNS Exfiltration

The implementation of the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now a bit more than a year away....

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Public Sector Network Security: A Race Against Time

As we move more and more of our government-citizen interactions online, making sure we have access to those services becomes…

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2016 in Review: A Year of Network Security Landscape Changes

Network security and data protection remain at the top of many CIOs and CSOs’ agendas, as increasingly powerful privacy regulations…

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Fighting DDoS Attacks with Hybrid DNS

DNS security has been in the news again, with one of the largest DDoS attacks ever disrupting the Dyn cloud…

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Anyone For Tennis? Serving Up Secure DNS

If you think about the ideal scenario for a hacker to gain access to systems, you would come up with…

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IT Teams – Beware of Accidental Fame Thanks to GDPR

Fame is something most IT practitioners never experience, nor desire. However, this IT instinct to stay ‘below the radar’ is…

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Improving DNS Security Helps APAC Businesses Stay Online

EfficientIP’s 2016 global DNS security survey doesn’t just show the global picture; it lets us drill down into regional differences…

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European Businesses At Risk of DNS-Powered Security Breaches

The European single market is an attractive place to do business, an open trade zone with common regulation that encompasses…