There has been some press recently on what professionals are calling the “DNS Blind Spot”. The basic message is that of all the security tools, products, and technologies deployed, visibility into the DNS layer is the one that is most under-utilized. With the growing sophistication and frequency of threats, DNS provides an incredible opportunity to monitor, alert, and prevent some of the most nefarious threats from getting in – and contain them from getting out.

To get a sense of just how large the “DNS Blind Spot” is, we thought we would conduct a simple survey to measure if companies are monitoring only, monitoring and blocking, or performing no monitoring at all.

The results will be analyzed and posted in as a follow-up blog post once we have some data.

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