In 2022, we asked our team for their cybersecurity predictions for the year. The theme was pretty much, “Everything is bad. Everyone’s a target.” As it turns out, we are pretty good at seeing the future—each of our predictions from last year came true in some way. So we're doing it again for 2023!
Remote companies, whether being a hybrid workplace or “fully distributed,” are part of a growing change in work culture throughout the world. One of the by-products of companies going remote is the growing landscape of diverse and inclusive workspaces.
Companies are becoming more decentralized with the rise of hybrid and remote work, and with this change comes increased concerns about network egress. Because of this, it’s important for organizations to find new solutions to stop data theft at the source. Here’s everything you need to know about network egress to protect your company.
Companies and their employees are seeing the benefits of moving workforces to a virtual (or work from home) distribution. We sat down with remote work expert, Kaleem Clarkson, for a deeper dive.
Alex Applegate, Threat Intelligence Researcher at DNSFilter, shares what went into his decision to shift his cybersecurity focus to domain intelligence research.
DNSFilter has curated some of the most important threat statistics that you should be paying attention to in the year 2022. We extracted data from our network to derive some interesting insights, and also pulled from reputable external sources for more information on the state of the threat landscape and some projections for the future.
DNSFilter's latest feature, Data Export, allows you to automatically export query log data in real time to be utilized by a Security Identification and Event Management (SIEM); Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR); or other tool of your choice.
As an IT professional, you’re probably used to the constant treadmill of new ideas, technologies, and concepts that you need to know to stay on top of your game. In that vein, allow us to flag for you an important new way to think about keeping IT systems secure: Decentralized Cybersecurity. Read on for a short primer that will go over everything you need to know about Decentralized Cybersecurity, and why it’s so important in today’s IT landscape.
BEC attacks can appear in many forms. They almost always target an individual in an attempt to collect important or confidential internal data. It might also involve posing as an executive or client to trick an employee into invoicing or wiring money directly to the scammer. Are you prepared to defend against BEC?
Cybersecurity doesn’t have to be boring. In fact, DNSFilter works hard to ensure it's the opposite. We’re determined to make sure this free virtual event isn’t a one-hit wonder. We’re bringing together some of the top cybersecurity experts, remote work leaders, prominent cybersecurity CEOs, CISOs, and more amazing professionals to discuss hot topics and help you navigate all that’s changed since 2020.
This authentication protocol, SSO, or Single Sign-On, allows users to sign into different software systems using a single identity. Read more as we break down how this protocol works.
Some applications are just riskier than others. They’re more likely to host malware or be the perfect place to launch a social engineering attack. That's why we've identified the top 100 risky applications, so you can block them more easily.
AppAware is one-click application blocking and application discovery for DNSFilter. Block risky applications more easily than ever before with AppAware.
Using a recent threat that was discovered, Jones explains how threats can be hard to spot, the differences found between the real and fake logins, and how threat actors act fast when you're most vulnerable.
On January 25, 2022 DNSFilter experienced an outage in the Northeastern US. Here is a response from our CEO on this now-resolved incident.
BYOD has been turned on its head. Since the move has been made to a remote-first workforce, we decided to look at the numbers.
It’s a new year, but in many ways it’s the same old story. Threats are on the rise. Organizations are lacking sophisticated cybersecurity measures. Everyone is a target. So what predictions do we have for you in 2022?
SASE is broadening—it is about more than just access! It is about endpoint protection and user-based access. And it’s now called Security Service Edge (SSE).
It really is always DNS, isn’t it? But why is that? DNS touches so much, and experts are hard to come by.
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