DNS security provides organizations with the charge to protect public and private applications, as well as network infrastructures from both internal and external threats, while also offering numerous other security and management benefits.
This Gorilla Guide will help you understand how to handle DNS attacks better and how to use DNS itself as part of your zero trust security strategy.
- An understanding of common points of DNS attack targets and attack vectors and how to shut them down
- An appreciation for the value and importance of zero trust architectures, and the key role that DNS security plays in its support
- The ways in which DNS security helps with deep knowledge of user-level actions, behaviors, and access control to applications and services
- Exploring the 5 Pillars of DNS security supporting the zero trust framework: advanced analytics, threat intelligence, Client-based Application Access Control, adaptive countermeasures, and automated remediation and response
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