Majority of companies still vulnerable to DNS attacks

Majority of companies still vulnerable to DNS attacks

Is your company well prepared for DNS attacks? No need to be too worried (even though this is a serious issue remembering the outage of Dyn two years ago) because other top companies don’t seem to be.

The Software Company ThousandEyes has recently published a report in which it tested companies on their DNS Infrastructure Performance. The result is alarming: three in five of the top 50 companies listed in the Fortune 500 and 44 per cent of the top 25 SaaS providers are vulnerable to DNS attacks like the one against Dyn two years ago.

Read more about  why companies are still vulnerable to DNS attack.

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