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DNS security, again

Users are working off-hours, off network, and off VPN. Are you up on all the ways DNS can be used to secure them? If not, maybe it’s time to brush up.


 Luke Hebditch
 Systems Engineer
 Cisco Umbrella

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More than 91% of malware uses DNS to gain command and control, exfiltrate data, or redirect web traffic.

Because DNS is a protocol used by all devices that connect to the internet, security at the DNS layer is critical for achieving the visibility and protection you need for any users accessing the internet.

Join us on Tuesday, March 26 at 11 a.m. GMT / 12 p.m. CET so you can learn how DNS-layer security can help you block threats before they can reach your network or endpoints.



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Date and Time: Tuesday, March 26th at 11 a.m. GMT / 12 p.m. CET

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