Threat protection should be comprehensive but still easy to implement. For mid-sized and enterprise customers looking for a DNS security solution to block threats like malware, phishing, and botnet, DNSFilter is the tool more cybersecurity professionals are turning to. That’s reflected in the overwhelmingly positive reviews of DNSFilter on review site G2.
DNSFilter has officially been named a “Leader” in the DNS security category by G2. They are the highest-rated DNS security solution, 15 points ahead of the next best solution. They have also been consistently ranked “easiest to use” for roughly a year.
Some of DNSFilter’s most recent customer reviews highlight how easy it is to start using the DNS security product, no matter the size of an organization.
Senior Cybersecurity Engineer Jeffrey works at a company with over 1,000 employees and had this to say about DNSFilter:
“Drop dead simple to use. Point all your DNS traffic at their servers and you are set. DNS Filter improves the security posture of our network by eliminating calls to junk domains and malware domains. There is nothing to dislike. It's truly a great product.”
DNSFilter customer Felix operates a mid-sized company and made these observations about DNSFilter:
“First, it's a product that removed the need for a hardware appliance or buying special licenses from our firewall partner. Second, it's an intuitive platform. Lastly, their support is top-notch!”
Matthew is a Senior Director Information Technology who works for a large enterprise. Why did he give DNSFilter 4 ½ stars? According to Matthew:
“I love it when a product does what it says it does.”
The “Leader” badge for DNSFilter is new, but they continue to hold strong in these areas as well:
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