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Webroot DNS Protection - secure your DNS connection against cyberattacks, get total visibility into web usage, and enforce acceptable web usage policies to reduce security risk.
What is DNS protection?
Before we talk about DNS security, you need to understand the DNS. The domain name system (DNS) works like a phone book for the internet. When a user enters text into a browser, DNS servers take that input and translate it into the unique internet protocol (IP) addresses that let the browser open the desired site. But DNS protocols were never designed with security in mind, and are highly vulnerable to cyberattacks, such as cache poisoning, DDoS, DNS hijacking, botnets, C&C, man-in-the-middle, and more.
By redirecting users’ web traffic through a cloud-based, DNS security solution, businesses and MSPs can finely tune and enforce web access policies, ensure regulatory compliance, and stop 88% of threats at the network’s edge—before they ever hit the network or endpoints.
Why networks need DNS protection
Uncontrolled internet access is a high-risk activity for any organization, 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 an organization network security.
Why Webroot DNS Protection is different
Built for the Internet of Tomorrow
Our DNS agent was built for the future, supporting IPv6, the next generation of internet protocol. This means you can protect your users with DNS security on modern networks, like public hotspots, for long into the future. As adoption of the new protocol continues to rise, it becomes increasingly essential your network protection can handle this type of traffic.
DNS Protection Now Running on the Google Cloud Platform
Webroot DNS Protection recently moved to the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) for increased security, performance, and reliability. It now runs on the Google Cloud’s high-redundancy, low-latency networks in 16 regions worldwide to maximize performance. Our DNS protection also benefits from Google's built-in DoS prevention and mitigation, which enables us to stop attack traffic before it hits the agent core. And because regional deployments can auto-scale with spikes in traffic, even drastically increasing loads won’t increase wait times for requests.