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.