DNS (Domain Name Server) is behind the scenes but affects everyone’s life daily. For example, when you type an address in your internet browser, like amazon.com, that will take you to a website. Behind the website address is an IP address, a physical number attached to the name. This translation between the name and the IP is called the DNS. It’s our geek yellow pages.
DNS is a crucial element behind the internet. Advanced DNS monitoring tools can protect your business from going out or receiving traffic from suspicious or fake websites. Talk to us about tools you can deploy to leverage DNS protection.