Ken Carnesi
Ken Carnesi is the CEO and founder of DNSFilter, a DNS threat protection solution that uses artificial intelligence to protect organizations from online security threats. Ken previously started the company Anaptyx in 2007 while attending Boston College, earning him a spot on EMPACT’s “30 under 30” list two years in a row. Ken is passionate about emerging technology and markets as well as car and motorcycle racing.
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Ken Carnesi
DNSFilter Update on Bank Closures (We’re Fine)
March 13, 2023

DNSFilter's ability to deliver our services and fulfill all financial obligations are wholly unaffected by the failures of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and Signature Bank.

An Update on Today’s DNS Outage: A Message From Our CEO
January 25, 2022

On January 25, 2022 DNSFilter experienced an outage in the Northeastern US. Here is a response from our CEO on this now-resolved incident.

DNSFilter CEO Responds to Quad9 Injunction: “DNS resolvers should not police the internet for copyright violations”
July 27, 2021

Sony Music filed an injunction against Quad9 (a non-profit DNS resolver) in Germany to block a specific site that houses links to peer-to-peer (piracy) sites. Quad9 is objecting to this injunction on the grounds that a DNS resolver is a far-removed third party when it comes to copyright infringement and these services are truly meant for cybersecurity—Ken Carnesi (CEO of DNSFilter, a DNS security service) sides with Quad9.

DNSFilter to Sunset Usage-Based Pricing
May 6, 2021

DNSFilter is transitioning our legacy, usage-based customers to per-user pricing beginning June 1, 2021.

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Anycast Resolution Latency and Our Commitment to Transparency

Addressing DNS resolution latency issues that occurred on March 23, 2023. Chief Product Officer Dave Raphael shares the details and his thoughts on transparency

Imposter Syndrome: AI, to Be or Not to Be (Phished)

Popular AI tools like ChatGPT are great... until they're not.

Unmasking Roaming Mantis: The Mobile Malware Menace You Need to Know About

Roaming Mantis infects mobile devices through app downloads and redirects their internet traffic to malicious servers, then installs additional malware.

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