Domain Name System (DNS), often referred to as the “phonebook of the internet,” is an important protocol for the overall functioning of the internet, translating domain names into IP addresses and vice-versa. DNS, though, is an inherently insecure protocol and is vulnerable to a variety of cyberattacks that can disrupt network and service availability and violate confidentiality of users and their data. This poses a challenge for the teams responsible for ensuring uninterrupted DNS service and maintaining user privacy.
Download this white paper to learn about some of the common security challenges associated with DNS and the best practices that can be used to mitigate or overcome these risks.
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