DNS RFCs: The Elephant in the Room – Part 1

DNS goes back a long way, it is more than 25 years old and is one of the most used,...

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Using DNS to Defend Against IoT Botnets

Sometimes cyberattacks come from a direction you weren’t really expecting. We all know about threats from ransomware, nation-state actors, industrial…

Modern DDI: Your Quick Answer to Technical Debt

We live in a world of networks, where users expect instant access to online services, and where our services need…

Get Ready For the Future of Retail with DNS

Walk into a modern shop and you’ll see this new interface to the world of retail. It’s chip credit card…

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…

GDPR Compliance IDC Blog

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…

Universities + DNS security

IoT Security: Are Universities’ DNS and DHCP Ready for the Challenge?

Today, our communications are greatly enhanced by access to the Internet, giving the ability to connect computers through a global…

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…

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…