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Rodney Joffe on Why DNS Has Become a Favorite Attack Vector

DDoS attacks have continuously been on the rise and as you may have heard plenty already, more and more attackers are targeting DNS. In the following video, Rodney Joffe, Neustar's Senior Vice-President and Technologist, explain how hardened DNS can keep your business safe.

More specifically, Joffe explains:

• Why DNS has become a favorite attack vector;
• How Neustar has hardened its DNS to create carrier-class protection;
• And why advanced, secure DNS in tandem with cloud-based DDoS protection gives your business a bigger shield against large multi-vector attacks.

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