Gartner Quick Answer:
How Can Organizations Use DNS to Improve Their Security Posture?
Build your DNS security arsenal with techniques and tactics from Gartner, Inc.
From ransomware to malware to trojans, it’s been proven, time and again, that network threats start at the domain name service (DNS) layer. So, what are the exact tactics needed to protect your network, employees, and hybrid workplace from DNS threats?
In this complimentary paper, experts from Gartner share what we believe to be the best tactics for blocking DNS-level cyberattacks. Answering key questions IT professionals face every day, this guide focuses on:
- Why you should “own your own resolver”
- Whether you should build DNS “deny” lists, “allow” lists, or both
- How you can leverage algorithms, analytics, and DNS data
- Why Machine-Readable Threat Intelligence (MRTI) can polish your DNS protection
Use this Gartner Quick Answer: How Can Organizations Use DNS to Improve Their Security Posture? to both develop and perfect your DNS-layer protection.
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Gartner Quick Answer: How Can Organizations Use DNS to Improve Their Security Posture?, Craig Lawson, John Watts, 08 June 2021