Cloud Webinar Series: Part 2
Tame complex DNS forwarding in the cloud with BlueCat Intelligent Forwarding.
Cloud Webinar Series: Part 1
Regain control of DDI infrastructure and accelerate delivery of critical DNS services to cloud teams.
SUNBURST/Solorigate Situation Briefing
BlueCat leaders discuss how the malware attack via SolarWind’s Orion platform exploited DNS and how BlueCat Edge could have helped to detect it.
Critical DDI challenges with cloud
BlueCat Chief Strategy Officer Andrew Wertkin discusses the benefits and challenges of cloud adoption. Presented at ONUG Fall 2020.
EMA Report: Network Management Megatrends 2020
EMA surveyed organizations’ DDI solutions and found an inverse relationship between the use of enterprise DDI solutions and company size and IT budget.
Webinar: The myth behind Active Directory and DNS
Graham Lockwood, Senior Solution Architect at BlueCat, discusses what Active Directory really needs from a DNS system and denounces AD and DNS myths.
Webinar: Threat Protection
BlueCat Solution Architect Steffen Probst discusses how intelligent security from BlueCat uses DNS to protect internal and external traffic against threats.
Webinar: Cloud Discovery & Visibility
Brian Shorland, BlueCat’s Director of Product Management, walks our webinar guests through a demo of our Cloud Discovery & Visibility feature.
Keeping networks secure during unprecedented WFH
As we work from home, DNS over HTTPS (DOH) use is up by 1,500%. Learn what DNS tells us about network security and how BlueCat and Cisco Umbrella can help.
Domain Generation Algorithms 101
Dissecting the malware technique that keeps threat hunters guessing. For cybersecurity professionals and threat hunters, it can feel like advanced…
Welcome to ADAPT 2.0
We all know the cloud is imperative and one of the final destinations for many organizations. What’s missing is a roadmap to get there and no two maps are…
Understanding DDI can be challenging.
All that jargon. All those acronyms. It’s why we’ve written an A-Z of DNS-related terms. You’ll never mix up ‘NSD’ and ‘NTP’ at a dinner party again…