Arguably, the most destructive cyberattack is DDoS. Other attacks cause great harm—steal computing power, exfiltrate sensitive information, hold files and devices for ransom. But DDoS attacks are brute destruction of critical services. As the Dyn attack demonstrated, they can extend far beyond single organizations.

DNS servers are essential, so they are a primary DDoS target—but they are defensible. A variety of techniques exist for fortifying them.

Read this eBook to learn about:

  • Distributing query processing by combining hosted and on-premises DNS services, deploying recursive servers to the network edge, and creating redundant DNS architectures
  • Using response policy zones to cut off botnets and create whitelists for legitimate traffic
  • Rate-limiting noncompliant devices
  • Sharing threat intelligence to stay ahead of attackers and create a unified front
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