Forensic investigation using DNS for faster incident response

When a security incident occurs, incident response teams have to quickly get to the root of the issue – identifying infected clients,…

When a security incident occurs, incident response teams have to quickly get to the root of the issue – identifying infected clients, potentially-breached services, or data sources. 

This video demonstrates the forensic value of DNS Edge to provide investigative insight, faster and more focused responses, and the ability to reduce attack surfaces. Watch as we demonstrate a comprehensive, investigation of a breach, identifying the origination point and taking action to further protect the network.

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