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Defend Your Network with DNS

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Viewer Takeaways

  • Define policies and configure devices for secure network access
  • Leverage DNS to filter malware, botnets, viruses and spam
  • Map the relationships between users, devices, IP addresses, locations and activity
  • Prepare your network defenses for BYOD, cloud and the Internet of Things

The explosive growth of connected devices has left holes in enterprise security, exposing your business to risk. The Domain Name System (DNS) is the starting point of connectivity for all devices and all applications on your network. Learn how you can leverage this pervasive core network service to filter malware, botnets and other malicious activities before they can reach your business-critical applications and data.

A DNS firewall, together with IP Address Management, provides broad-based security for all devices including traditional and non-traditional, corporate-owned and BYOD. With the ability to view and control all devices and network connections in real-time, you can isolate non-compliant or rogue devices, locate the source of threats and take immediate action to remove them from the network. Learn how DNS is the key to protecting your network against emerging threats and infected devices.

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