EfficientIP | Webinar

Webinar | Posted: 26-03-2020
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DNS attacks are top priority for hackers: DNS is mission-critical, allowing dynamic access for anyone to any app on any network. If DNS servers go down you can no longer reach any of your vital apps or services.

Because of this importance, DNS servers have become a prime target and entry point for hackers and data exfiltration – and this is where EfficientIP can help.

Stats from 2019

  • 82% of companies faced DNS attacks and suffered irreparable damage
  • 27% of companies experienced a loss of business
  • 63% of companies experienced application downtime
  • 13% of companies had data stolen as result of a DNS attack

Traditional network security solutions such as anti-DoS, Next Generation firewalls, or IPS have proven to be ineffective when it comes to DNS protection. They offer incomplete coverage of DNS threat landscape, especially weak signal attacks and exploits, and are unable to effectively handle high volume DNS DDoS attacks. Behavioural threat detection is not provided, resulting in unacceptable high number of false positives, and the countermeasures the solutions offer are very basic, often leading to system downtime. Lastly, and very importantly in today’s highly-regulated environments, they are incapable of detecting data exfiltration attempts or DNS tunnelling in a timely manner.

The EfficientIP 360° DNS Security solution offers a specialized layer of in-depth defense to secure your business from both external and internal DNS threats.

It helps:

  • Ensure business continuity
  • Protect customer data and intellectual property against exfiltration
  • Preserve your brand reputation and customer trust
  • Reduce TCO and deliver fast ROI
  • Prevent threats spreading, by feeding threat intelligence to the network ecosystem

Want to find out more?

Sign up to our webinar on 6th April to find out more about the benefits of EfficientIP:

When: Monday 6th April | 2pm
Duration: 1 Hour
Topic: Secure Your DNS, Secure Your Network

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