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Why is DNS security important?
DNS security threats are among the most common types of cyber threats that occur today. DNS security should therefore, be an integral part of an organization's security plan.
Did you already know
Did you know that 83% of IP addresses that generate malicious traffic cannot be resolved immediately!
A new Linux botnet malware called ‘B1txor20’ has been discovered that spreads via the Log4J vulnerability and uses DNS tunnels for secure C2 communications.
The effects in cyberspace with DNS registries
According to DNSSense Cyber X-Ray® data, the number of malicious domains in domains with the extensions ".ru" (Russia) and ".ua" (Ukraine) has increased by nearly 100% in the last three months.
Importanceof DNS Analysis in Corporate Security Environment
The impact of the post-2020 pandemic has forever changed the world of enterprise security. Remote working, cloud, IoT concepts have changed the security structures of almost all enterprises.
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Did you know that there were more than 5 billion DNS A registry changes in total in 2021? DNS A registrations were changed an average of 424,039,178 times in 2021.
DNSSense Rule-Based SIEM Integration Saves You Up To 95% On DNS EPS Count (SIEM Cost)
DNSSense filters safe logs utilizing template rules or custom rules. The EPS count is reduced by 95 percent as a result of this integration with the SIEM product, enabling us to save on the SIEM cost at this rate.
Have More Understandable DNS Logs For SOC Teams
Since 90% of a network’s traffic consists of secure traffic, the SOC teams do not need to analyze, compare and distinguish the malicious traffic among a huge number of logs. So this time-wasting process for SOC teams will be eliminated thanks to the filtration of DNS & Security Gap Visibility.
Protect Remote And Roaming Users
In order to avoid the risks that arementioned above, the client should use the Roaming Client Module. Since the protectionand monitoring service will be sustained as if the client is connected to theinternet from the company’s office. The remote workers can connect to theinternet from public networks safely thanks to the Roaming Client.
Advanced DNS Visibility
DNS Visibility comes as a part of the DNS & Security Gap Visibility product as a feature. DNS Visibility detects the sources of malicious activities on the networks regardless of the network’s size where it is deployed on.
Attackers can take advantage of the opportunity to remotely execute commands/scripts on targeted computers by exploiting the LOG4J vulnerability, and this approach does not necessitate any special skills, exacerbating the problem. The attackers could install malicious software on the target system, execute payloads, steal valuable data, or severely damage the system.