Traditionally, DNS has had a 'last mile ' security problem: Communications from a local DNS server to a client are almost always unencrypted, and hence vulnerable to spoofing, hijacking and more. DNS privacy standards have emerged to help encrypt those communications.
Join SANS and Infoblox as we explore the two leading DNS privacy standards 'DNS over TLS (DoT) and DNS over HTTPS (DoH). Attend and learn:
Who Should Attend: Networkers and security practitioners that wish to make more informed choices for protecting DNS pathways from malicious use.