What’s in a name? 7 Deadly Risks You’re Exposed to Through Your Domains
Date: This event took place live on September 10 2014
Presented by: Mark Jeftovic
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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The soft underbelly of everything you do online are your domain names and DNS. Before anything can happen on the internet, at least one successful DNS lookup has to occur, and no matter how much money you spend on things like firewalls, offshore data centers, redundant network connections, penetration testing, high availability switches and routers; if your DNS stops resolving or your domain name gets yanked, none of that matters because you will simply disappear from the internet.
In this webcast we'll deconstruct 7 distinct types of risk that any organization is potentially vulnerable to by simple fact of having a domain name. It is not uncommon for entities to be cognizant of some of these risks.
However, all too frequently at least one or more of these risks are overlooked and can potentially derail your entire online infrastructure. Don't miss this informative presentation.
About Mark Jeftovic
Mark Jeftovic is the founder and president of easyDNS.com - the DNS hosting provider & domain name registrar, a libertarian and former Director to the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA).
In his copious spare time he blogs about business on the internet, moderates the ChessForums.org website and plays guitar in The Parkdale Hookers, an indie power-pop group who releases all of their music under a creative commons license.
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