White PaperDNS Best Practices To Protect
DNS (name server) protocols and software are subject to security breaches that can cripple your network, reveal confidential internal information about your company, or turn your entire network into one huge botnet. DNS cyber attacks exploit either the DNS protocol or the name server software’s flaws and bugs.
By rigorously following a few simple, straightforward guidelines, you can mitigate and often even completely avoid the costs, downtime and headaches of DNS security breaches. Use these best practice guidelines to keep hackers, criminals and industrial spies from wreaking havoc on your organization.
Download the white paper to learn how to secure your DNS infrastructure through:
- DNS configuration best practices
- DNSSEC compliance
- DNS architecture best practices
- Hardening DNS servers