The Economic Value of DNS Security

Measuring the Return on Investment

Learn About How DNS Security Can Mitigate One-Third of Cyber Incidents

The Domain Name System (DNS) is a critical component of the Internet. It serves as a translator between the human-recognizable domain names and machine-recognizable locations on the Internet. When DNS is used as a security measure, aka DNS firewall, the benefits can be significant.

Our research has shown that DNS firewalls could have mitigated one-third of the incidents we studied and could have prevented $10 billion in losses in those incidents. Download the report to learn more about the economic value of DNS security.

Download Report to Learn:

  • How a DNS firewall works

  • Average costs of implementation

  • Immediate and long-term economic benefits

  • How DNS security can prevent up to one-third of cyber incidents