Do you know
DNS security?

Do you know
DNS security?

Users are working off-hours, off-network, and off-VPN.
Are you up on all the ways DNS can be used to secure them?
Test your security knowledge —answer 8 quick questions to find out.

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What is the most open,
effective way to secure
users anywhere they go?

Built into the foundation of the internet, Cisco Umbrella blocks requests to malicious and unwanted destinations before a connection is even established — without adding any latency. Stop threats over any port or protocol, before they reach your network and endpoints. Anywhere users, apps, or data go, Cisco Umbrella is there.

Your score: {score}
Nice work!
You’re a DNS pro.

You obviously know your stuff when it comes to DNS security. (Which means you probably already know how Cisco Umbrella can secure your entire organization in minutes by simply redirecting your DNS to Umbrella.)

Your score: {score}
You’re on your way
to DNS expertise.

You hit a few bumps in the road, but it’s clear you know a bit about DNS security. Take advantage of the Cisco Umbrella 14-day free trial to see how easy it is to secure your entire organization with a simple point of the DNS. Or — take a step back and learn a little bit more about securing the DNS layer. Who knows, you could end up being a DNS aficionado.

Your score: {score}
Let’s just say, you could
use a refresher on DNS.

The DNS definitely isn’t your forte, but hopefully you learned about an entirely different way to secure your data, apps, and users. Read the ebook to learn about the plight of modern security teams (it might sound eerily familiar). Or take advantage of the Cisco Umbrella 14-day free trial to see how easy it is to secure your entire organization with a simple point of the DNS.