Covering Your DNS Blind Spot

August 2, 2016

Enhance your security visibility and improve incident response and policy compliance.

Even if you keep DNS server logs, the visibility is incomplete and fragmented when you rely on multiple Internet service providers, your branch offices have direct-to-internet connections, or mobile employees just forget to turn their VPN on.

You have a DNS blind spot. It’s bad because your SIEM lacks domain-level security visibility, which prevents you from seeing all devices — on and off the network — compromised by attacks or violating policies.

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