Ransomware holds cities, hospitals and others hostage; Microsoft Office document exploits return; IoT devices were enslaved as part of massive DDoS attacks and IT people fear more and larger attacks; malware infects one of every three home users, and endpoint security can’t begin to keep up under this onslaught. It needs help.
Security Starts at the DNS
Security should begin at the DNS with Secure64 DNS Guard. DNS Guard uses the DNS to protect users and devices from phishing attacks and malware infections, while neutralizing already infected devices so they cannot cause harm.
Because DNS Guard operates within the network, it provides protection for all devices on the network without requiring anyone to touch the device at all. In other words, there is no need to rely on users to update software, or for IoT devices to have any security on their firmware, or for operations to push out a patch. DNS Guard provides real-time security information to stop malicious activity on the network across all devices. Additionally, it can now block DNS tunnels used for bandwidth piracy and data theft as well.