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Enhance Zero Trust Security

DNS plays a fundamental role for any company wishing to adopt a Zero Trust model.

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Zero Trust:
The Growing Challenge

Zero Trust security initiatives often fall short when they depend on traditional security products that address separate aspects of the infrastructure. These efforts fail to fully benefit from a key security element: the DNS layer. Virtually all network traffic relies on DNS, so a robust, purpose-built DNS security solution can provide the visibility, analytics and microsegmentation capabilities needed for an effective Zero Trust strategy.

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IDC DNS Threat Report Insights - Advancing Zero Trust Video

In this exclusive survey, IDC explores the evolving landscape of DNS threats and unveils crucial insights that organizations need to stay ahead in the cybersecurity game. Watch the video as we delve into the findings that pave the way for advancing Zero Trust. Zero Trust security is no longer just a buzzword; it's a necessity in today's hyper-connected digital realm. But many organizations today are struggling with their ZTNA initiatives.

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The Potential of DNS-Focused Zero Trust Security

With its foundational role in the network, DNS can play a vital role in enterprise network security. Placed early in the traffic flow, DNS essentially “sees everything”, making it an important first line of defense. EfficientIP‘s comprehensive DNS security suite provides a specialized layer of in-depth defenses that fill the gaps left by traditional solutions. The result: a dramatically improved ability to detect threats, enforce security policies, and manage access as part of a Zero Trust strategy - plus an opportunity to reduce costs using automation and process simplification.

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Zero Trust Microsegmentation: Putting DNS Application Access Control at the Forefront

EfficientIP solutions provide highly granular filtering capabilities that let you use DNS to control “allow-deny” access to vital applications at the individual client level. This provides more targeted and flexible protection than the traditional perimeter-driven firewall approach, reduces attack surface, mitigates lateral moves and overcomes broken access control issues.

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SOLIDserver’s dedicated IPAM provides a central repository for IP-related data along with information about endpoints, applications, and security zones. In a Zero Trust architecture, this repository allows sharing of information about connected devices, IP addresses, and identities with various network security components to support increased automation, improve enforcement of security policies, and better protect the organization’s users, apps and data.

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The EfficientIP 360° DNS Security solution offers a specialized layer of in-depth defense to secure your business from both external and internal DNS threats.

The Benefits of EfficientIP Solutions for Zero Trust

With the EfficientIP approach, organizations can have effective Zero Trust security for their networks, thanks to the following benefits we bring:

Heightened Security Posture
Enforce Security at Client Level

DNS filtering & countermeasures based on client behavior

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Cost-Effective Application Access Control

Leverage DNS to apply allow/deny policies early in the IP flow

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Simplify Microsegmentation Process

Based on coherent IP Data Lake and network automation

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Bridge Security Silos

Share rich usage data and events with SIEM & ecosystem

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Operational Time Savings

Automation of security workflows and processes

Successful Zero Trust: Why DNS is Your First Line of Defense Against Malware & Data Theft Video

Unlock the secrets to a robust Zero Trust strategy in our must-watch video, originally aired at the ISMG Cybersecurity Summit in India & SAARC. Dive into the essentials of building an effective Zero Trust framework for your network, with a special focus on the pivotal role of DNS. Discover key takeaways that will empower you to implement and enhance your Zero Trust strategy effectively. Watch now to stay ahead in the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity, arming yourself with the knowledge to fortify your network against emerging threats.

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“When adopting a zero-trust architecture, DNS will help with policy creation and enforcement by providing information on network usage and client behavior, and details on access to applications and data, as well as visibility and detection of threats before they can spread.”

Romain Fouchereau - IDC

Key Resources

To learn more on how SOLIDserver DDI (DNS-DHCP-IPAM) solutions can add value to your zero trust model, check out these pieces of content:

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Improving Application Access Control using Client Query Filtering
Solutions Documentation
Zero Trust Security
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Successful Zero Trust: Why DNS is Your First Line of Defense Against Malware & Data Theft

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