GCA’s newest report claims organizations could save as much as $200 billion with DNS protection.
Curtis Franklin, Jr., of Dark Reading wrote a piece about GCA’s newest report, The Economic Value of DNS Security. In the article, Franklin mentioned that DNS firewalls could save U.S. organizations between $19 billion and $37 billion in losses. Additionally, DNS protection could save $150 billion to $200 billion in losses globally.
Moreover, there’s no need to believe this protection is unattainable. Phil Reitinger, GCA’s President & CEO, states that DNS security is available at no cost and ensures that it is also easy to configure.
To read Franklin’s full article about GCA’s report, The Economic Value of DNS Security, please click here.