DNS Tunneling: How It's Evolved and Four Ways to Reduce the Risk

Attacks related to Domain Name System (DNS) infrastructure have been on the rise and most organizations aren’t prepared for the onslaught. In fact, a recent report by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) found that less than 31% of organizations are confident in their DNS security.

DNS is a component of many different cyberattacks, including ransomware, DNS-based distributed denial of service (DDoS) and DNS tunneling. In that same EMA survey, DNS tunneling was cited as the second-biggest concern organizations had when it came to the security of their DNS infrastructure. 

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