Authoritative DNS plays a critical role in our connected culture. It started as a simple phone book routing requests to websites. But now, with virtually every application and computing activity connected to a sprawl of clouds, data centers, content delivery networks (CDNs) and devices, authoritative DNS has emerged to new prominence in the Internet infrastructure.
No one company controls the entire Internet and application delivery infrastructure, but one strategic technology—DNS—intersects it all. And many companies use basic or legacy DNS for their domains, applications, and users, unaware of the risks.
Download this white paper to learn about the different types of DNS attacks and how to circumvent or mitigate them - including: