The DNS is a critical part of global infrastructure which many businesses depend on. In a technique known as DNS hijacking, cyber criminals send users unwittingly to malicious websites in order to steal sensitive information.
DNS hijacking can cause major financial loss and damage to company reputation, but it can be stopped in its tracks earlier with the implementation of network detection and response tools.
In this whitepaper, we:
- Explain how DNS and DNS hijacking works
- Look at a number of high-profile DNS hijacking attacks over the past few years
- Examine ways in which your business can avoid threats to your DNS
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