A CISO Brief: Why your Enterprise is Exposed on the DNS

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Lack of functional ownership over domain and external DNS security, combined with a lack of unified control systems to enforce DNS security policies are the top factors that expose your company and customers to external DNS vulnerabilities.  In this paper we discuss: 

  • Introduction: DNS Threat Vectors 
  • Domain & External DNS Network Management Risk 
  • Why Your Enterprise is Exposed | What will Happen 
  • Business and Customer Impacts and Costs 
  • DNS Research: Frequency & Business Impacts 
  • CONCLUSION | THE CISO DIRECTIVE
Download this white paper and learn why DNS security is becoming a top attack vector and what you can do to empower your teams.

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