Podcast Feature: Twins Talk Tech Leadership: Deploy with Award Winning DNS Speed

What would being able to deploy a fast and reliable DNS Filtering Solution look like for your organization? What does Formula One have in connection with the award winning speed of DNSFilter? Steve Staden, Senior Director, Product Management at DNSFilter dives into more than just how you can provide your company with content filtering and threat protection against malware and phishing campaigns across all networks and environments.
 

Some of the featured highlights:

- Machine Learning and DNS Security.

- What makes DNSFilter so special including their low false positive rate.

- The drive to be responsive and remain visible and transparent while continuing to “raise the bar.” Their ‘Faster Together’ official partnership with Andretti Autosport.

- The conferences and shows we can expect to see Steve and his team in 2024.

- What type of podcast programs he listens to in addition to our own Twins Talk Tech Leadership program.

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