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Gartner Quick Answer:

How Can Organizations Use DNS to Improve Their Security Posture?

Many organizations know that DNS is a key component to connecting users and devices to servers and applications. What many fail to realize is that DNS is far more than a utility service. It also happens to contain an array of unique security properties that most enterprises overlook—or are completely unaware of.

This new report from Gartner, Quick Answer: How Can Organizations Use DNS to Improve Their Security Posture?, is filled with rich details about the many ways that the DNS can be used to harden network defenses. Get your copy and learn:

  • The role of DNS resolution in security
  • Using DNS for activity monitoring and analytics
  • How DNS helps protect work-from-home employees
  • Ways to secure IoT and operational security assets through DNS
  • Potential security issues with using DNS over HTTP (DoH)


Learn to how to make DNS one of your network’s best defenders. Complete the form to access your copy of Gartner’s Quick Answer: How Can Organizations Use DNS to Improve Their Security Posture?.

Cricket Liu
Chief DNS Architect
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ANALYST REPORT

Gartner Quick Answer:

How Can Organizations Use DNS to Improve Their Security Posture?

Many organizations regard DNS as a key player in connecting servers and devices. What many fail to realize is that DNS is far more than a utility service. It also happens to contain an array of unique security properties that most enterprises overlook—or are completely unaware of.

This new report from Gartner, Quick Answer: How Can Organizations Use DNS to Improve Their Security Posture?, is filled with rich details about the many ways that the DNS can be used to harden network defenses. Get your copy and learn:

  • The role of DNS resolution in security
  • Potential security issues with using DNS over HTTP (DoH)
  • Using DNS for activity monitoring and analytics
  • How DNS helps protect work-from-home employees
  • Ways to secure IoT and operational security assets through DNS


Learn to how to make DNS one of your network’s best defenders. Complete the form to access your copy of Gartner’s Quick Answer: How Can Organizations Use DNS to Improve Their Security Posture?.

This new report from Gartner, is filled with rich details about the many ways that the DNS can be used to harden network defenses. DNS presents security and risk management leaders with some excellent opportunities to anticipate, prevent, detect and respond to prevailing threats. Organizations should implement DNS security to protect users, devices and other critical infrastructure. Implement DNS threat prevention and blocking capabilities — and, if possible, also monitor DNS traffic for other anomalies like data exfiltration. In some cases this might not be a new product, as this functionality may be present in one of your existing products. Ideally it can be used for enforcement as well as monitoring use cases.


The complexity of the network is growing beyond the reach of traditional IP address tools. The need for accurate and dynamic IP address management (IPAM) is becoming even more crucial. Today's need for IPAM has gone beyond IP address tracking and allocation to centrally maintain a real-time view of additions, moves, and changes.


Infoblox Enterprise DDI combines three critical core network services—DNS, DHCP and IP address management—into a single scalable platform that includes advanced security, reliability, and unmatched operational efficiencies.

This new report from Gartner, is filled with rich details about the many ways that the DNS can be used to harden network defenses.
DNS presents security and risk management leaders with some excellent opportunities to anticipate, prevent, detect and respond to prevailing threats. Organizations should implement DNS security to protect users, devices and other critical infrastructure.
Implement DNS threat prevention and blocking capabilities — and, if possible, also monitor DNS traffic for other anomalies like data exfiltration. In some cases this might not be a new product, as this functionality may be present in one of your existing products. Ideally it can be used for enforcement as well as monitoring use cases.

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Intelligent automation and centralized management gives you total control

Eliminate manual processes and patchwork tools

Traditional IPAM tools involve a high degree of manual effort, simplify IP address management and lower your costs with centralized and automated visibility and control.

Reduce security risks

Automatically detect and quarantine rogue devices using foundational DNS security across hybrid/public cloud and virtual/private cloud environments.

Consolidate core network services

Unite DNS, DHCP, and IP address management (DDI) into a single enterprise-grade, hyper intelligent platform, managed from a common console.

Eliminate manual processes and patchwork tools

Traditional IPAM tools involve a high degree of manual effort, simplify IP address management and lower your costs with centralized and automated visibility and control.

Reduce security risks

Automatically detect and quarantine rogue devices using foundational DNS security across hybrid/public cloud and virtual/private cloud environments.

Intelligent automation and centralized management gives you total control

The complexity of the network is growing beyond the reach of traditional IP address tools. The need for accurate and dynamic IP address management (IPAM) is becoming even more crucial. Today's need for IPAM has gone beyond IP address tracking and allocation to centrally maintain a real-time view of additions, moves, and changes.

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The complexity of the network is growing beyond the reach of traditional IP address tools. The need for accurate and dynamic IP address management (IPAM) is becoming even more crucial. Today's need for IPAM has gone beyond IP address tracking and allocation to centrally maintain a real-time view of additions, moves, and changes.

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