DC DNS Threat Report-US Results

Stop the Bleed: U.S. Companies Hemorrhage Costs When It Comes to DNS Security

U.S. businesses need a tourniquet. Fast. According to our annual Global DNS Threat Report, which looks at the cause and...

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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…

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…

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…

3 Ways U.S. Companies Can Beat The Competition With DNS Security

This year, EfficientIP conducted one of the largest surveys of organizational understanding of DNS security, exploring attitudes to risk and…

What Mr. Robot Can Teach Businesses About Network Security

We here at EfficientIP love a good scripted drama…and with the return of the USA Network series Mr. Robot last week,…

Security Meets Regulation-
DNS and the GDPR

The newly announced GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a European Union regulation which will further strengthen the protection of…

3 Ways To Rethink and Simplify Telecom DNS

Cyber-attacks and data leaks among telecommunication providers are a hot topic, especially after the DNS DDoS attack on UK’s ISP…