Chief Marketing Officer
DNS is the “phone book” and therefore the lifeline, to the internet. DNS is essential for your users to make connections to mission critical applications, websites and resources on your network – and equally critical for malware to communicate back to command and control servers to deliver ransomware, steal your data, or turn your network into a botnet for criminal use. Bad actors have creatively and successfully transformed this lifeline into a hangman’s noose for unsuspecting users and the companies they work for.
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