Defend and secure your network against DNS based attacks.
While DNS is one of the fastest-growing attack vectors, most security solutions, such as next-gen firewalls, IPS, and generic DDoS solutions, do not understand DNS and are not designed to protect it. Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks and other external and internal DNS-based threats pose significant risk to your network. Such attacks can redirect users to harmful Internet destinations, exfiltrate data, and expose your customers and business to additional risks. Advanced DNS Protection from Infoblox affords your team with the ability to comprehensively defend your DNS server from the broadest range of DNS-based attacks, all the while maintaining service availability and business continuity.
Leverage Infoblox Advanced DNS Protection to:
- Protect against DNS service disruption with automated defence against DNS-based volumetric attacks and exploits.
- Use programmable threat protection rules and intelligence, drawn from more than two dozen curated threat intelligence feeds, to update your defence automatically.
- Quickly initiate remedial action with single-pane-of-glass visibility into DNS attacks and its related sources.
Protect against DNS service disruption by securing your network against the broadest array of DNS-based attacks. Infoblox Advanced DNS Protection differentiates between legitimate and malicious DNS traffic in real-time, enabling your DNS server to intelligently respond to only to legitimate queries, even while under attack. Protect against volumetric attacks, including DDoS and TCP/UDP/ICMP floods and intercept DNS hijacking, cache poisoning, and other DNS-specific exploits.
Enable cutting edge defenses to minimize your susceptibility to fast-evolving DNS-based attacks. Infoblox Threat Adapt™ technology offers continuous and unparalleled intelligence on attack techniques from multiple sources. Automatically reinforce your existing protection against new and evolving DNS threats without requiring time consuming configuration changes, patches or additional development.