The U.K. National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) published an alert urging organizations to implement measures to mitigate against DNS hijacking.
Threat intelligence provides the context SOC analysts need to proactively identify DNS security threats and prevent future DNS attacks.
Because so much is centered on web services and similar technology nowadays, web application security must be a high priority within any security system.
The biggest hurdle for implementing DANE lies with DNSSEC. Granted, setting up DNSSEC can be daunting, but the reward of a much higher level of DNS security can make it worth the effort.
While AI in cybersecurity is still in its infancy, the inaugural Ai4 Cybersecurity conference was a great first step in advancing the discussion, especially as it relates to application security.
Whether or not you plan on using DNS cookies or DNSSEC, foreseeing an upgrade plan for your software to the latest version made available as part of DNS Flag Day is highly advised.
By understanding the basics of DNS analytics, the common methods of attack and the tools available to security teams, you will be better prepared to protect your enterprise from hidden cyberthreats.
Ahead-of-threat detection enables security professionals and consumers to identify potential phishing websites faster than traditional browser protection apps can blacklist active cyberthreats.
Incident response orchestration can help security teams transform response across the entire incident life cycle, including automating remedial actions and mitigating future attacks.
Using unique methods of analyzing DNS data, advanced DNS analytics enables security teams to quickly and proactively find and eliminate potential threats.