"security" Articles

Five Tips for Enhanced DNS Reliability and Security

by Brendon Mitchell October 5th, 2015
Five Tips for Enhanced DNS Reliability and Security

Despite the constantly evolving threat of DNS attacks, many IT professionals are taking a status quo approach to DNS security and performance. But that could be a costly mistake. Five simple steps you can take will reduce the risk of website availability and security issues. Read Full Article

Holiday Load Testing: Self Service or Full Service?

by Donald Lee September 17th, 2015
Holiday Load Testing: Self Service or Full Service?

In our continuing series of blog posts on holiday preparations you can do to protect your ecommerce platform, let’s take a look the options you have when it comes to executing external load tests on your ecommerce platform. Read Full Article

What Erodes Trust in Digital Brands?

by Tomás Hernandez August 25th, 2015
What Erodes Trust in Digital Brands?

It’s no news that your website’s security is paramount to your business. But did you know how much security shapes the perception of your brand? And that’s not just when cyber-attacks and data breaches occur. That was one of the messages from a recent survey by the Ponemon Institute, which Neustar sponsored to learn what people expect when they visit a website—and how those expectations affect their opinion of a brand. Read Full Article

Ten Cyber Threats Outside the Firewall

by Neustar Engineering August 20th, 2015
Ten Cyber Threats Outside the Firewall

When most people think of cyber security, they think about passwords, firewalls, and hackers. But security vulnerabilities are not found exclusively in the cyber domain. Here is a list of ten current threats that can cause real damage to an organization’s bottom line, brand, and reputation—all of which exist outside of a company’s firewall. Read Full Article

How to Weather a DDoS Storm

by Neustar Engineering July 13th, 2015
How to Weather a DDoS Storm

Most IT departments have some kind of disaster recovery plan that includes reacting to natural events such as earthquakes, tornadoes, fire, or floods. But one disaster that’s far more likely to occur is manmade: a flood of bogus DDoS packets that can cripple your network infrastructure. Given its likelihood, IT administrators should seriously consider DDoS attacks in their disaster recovery plan. Read Full Article