Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is an approach to IT where trust is never implicit. Trust needs to be earned, repeatedly, to ensure that everything inside your network (and of course outside) is a verified, trusted resource.
Manufacturing cyber attacks are on the rise. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening - and how to lower the risk that your organization is attacked.
DNS filtering is a defense tool that prevents cybersecurity threats by following simple logic: if a website has something potentially dangerous within it, DNS filtering blocks a user from visiting it in the first place. It’s a zero-trust solution that leaves nothing to chance.
So you want to find out how to block unwanted websites on your company network. We get the struggle. We’ve seen pretty much every use case at DNSFilter, from companies that want to increase productivity to those who are concerned about making their network as secure as possible. We’ll explore the reasons for blocking certain websites and go over how to block unwanted websites at your company.