Why Firewalls and Antivirus are Not Enough

August 2, 2016

Understand The Anatomy of Attacks to Stay One Step Ahead

Network (firewall) and endpoint (antivirus) defenses react to malicious communications and code after attacks have launched. OpenDNS observes Internet infrastructure before attacks are launched and can prevent malicious Internet connections. Learning all the steps of an attack is key to understanding how OpenDNS can bolster your existing defenses.

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