Why businesses need DNS protection?
Uncontrolled internet access is a high-risk activity for any business, regardless of size. Faced with today’s sophisticated attacks, endpoint security alone is no longer enough to stay safe from modern cybercrime. In fact, a recent report from EfficientIP found that 77% of businesses around the world suffered at least one DNS cyberattack in 2018. What’s even more worrying: on average, businesses got hit with as many as seven attacks throughout the year.
Per the report, the average cost of a single attack was $715,000 USD. When you do the math, it’s clear how DNS Protection for servers, endpoints, and other networked devices could make all the difference to a business’s success (and survival).
Skip the hardware and software
This fully cloud-based, secure, and resilient service takes just minutes to set up. Protect your DNS connection, network, and users from cyberattacks.
Block threats at the domain level
Over 80 URL categories give you granular, policy-based control to automatically block dangerous and questionable sites (such as Malware and Adult) or unwanted sites (such as streaming media).
Get detailed reports on-demand
Drill down into reports on all threats the business would’ve been susceptible to without DNS Protection in place, and get full visibility into risk and usage.
Apply leading web classification
Webroot® threat intelligence backs all Webroot products, and is trusted by over 100 leading technology vendors to enhance their services.
Enable policies by group, device, IP
Control internet usage for your users using pre-configured and custom policies by group, device or network.
Reduce costs relating to infections
DNS filtering stops up to 88% of known malware at the domain layer, so it never reaches your network. It saves you time and money, while also minimizing unproductive web usage.
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