Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) and Internet Identity (IID) are proud to present a joint webinar “DNS Firewalls with BIND: ISC RPZ and the Internet Identity Approach”
Despite security being an essential part of the network administrator’s job and network administration being an essential part of the security professional’s job, the two rarely exchange information. When they do work together, the results are unparalleled.
In this one-hour webinar, we will talk about how DNS Firewalls, BIND and RPZ are bridging the gap between network administrators and security professionals to protect customers against real threats.
Who should attend?
- Network Admins and Technical Decision Makers
- CISO/Security Leads
What Will Attendees Learn?
- The value of network and security professionals working together for mutual benefit.
- Why BIND, open source software that implements the DNS protocols for the Internet, matters, and how RPZ (Response Policy Zone) technology developed by ISC, provides recursive resolver operators with a simple way to block potentially harmful queries.
- How IID’s ActiveTrust Resolver monitors and filters outbound DNS requests emanating from your internal networks, redirecting traffic for known bad locations to its TrapTrace server—tracing these communications back to the originating system.
- Paul Vixie – Chairman and Founder, Internet Systems Consortium
- Rod Rasmussen – President and CTO, Internet Identity
About the Sponsors:
Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. (ISC)
ISC is proud to be the producer and distributor of commercial quality Open Source software for the Internet Community and to offer world-class online and professional services based on our software. Since 1996 ISC has led the industry with the most complete reference standard implementation of DNS (BIND) software using a Managed Open Source model. ISC also provides production-quality reference implementations for other core protocols such as DHCP, and distributes other open source software.
Managed Open Source means that users benefit from community ideas, while quality and compliance are the responsibility of professional software engineers.
ISC also provides a number of Operational Programs and Services that benefit users of the Internet directly and indirectly. Since 1994, ISC has operated F-Root (one of the 13 root DNS servers) as a public service to the Internet.
ISC is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation dedicated to supporting the Internet community with software essential to its infrastructure.
IID (Internet Identity) is trusted by five of the top six banks in the U.S., the largest government agencies worldwide, and many of today’s leading financial services firms, e-commerce, social networking and ISP companies to proactively protect against the latest cyber threats. ActiveTrust® BGP, ActiveTrust DNS, and ActiveTrust Resolver with TrapTrace are IID’s industry leading Internet infrastructure security products. IID is headquartered in Tacoma, Washington.
This was presented on Jun 26th, 2012
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