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
What It Takes To Run A Remote Company
November 2, 2020

DNSFilter has always been a remote company. With businesses moving remote in 2020, CEO Ken Carnesi has put together this guide for running a remote company.

DNSFilter named 2018 Top Emerging Security Vendor
July 25, 2018

WASHINGTON, D.C., — July 26, 2018 — DNSFilter, a leader in DNS based threat protection, today announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named DNSFilter to its 2018 top Emerging Security Vendors list.

DNSFilter now exclusive Friendly Wi-Fi sponsor for 2018
April 25, 2018

We are proud to announce DNSFilter is now the official sponsor of Friendly Wi-Fi for 2018. Friendly Wi-Fi is the government-initiated safe certification standard for public WiFi. It was initiated by the UK Government in 2014 to ensure public Wi-Fi meets minimum filtering standards, particularly in those areas where children are present.

DNSFilter shifts towards AI — acquires domain intel provider, WebShrinker
April 16, 2018

WASHINGTON, D.C. — April 17, 2018 — DNSFilter, a leader in DNS-based web content filtering, today announced it acquired Web Shrinker. Web Shrinker is the domain intelligence service by Web Shrinker, LLC, and provides web site screenshot and domain intelligence API services. Web Shrinker uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze and identify threats and domains in real…

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