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Los ataques contra el sistema de nombres de dominio (DNS) se producen con más frecuencia que la mayoría organzations imaginan y ninguna organización es inmune a los ataques. Cada organización debe mirar a "las personas, procesos y tecnología" para proteger sus DNS de los ataques. Las organizaciones también deben considerar cómo la evidencia de otros ataques que se pueden obtener mediante el control de sus DNS.

Esta presentación de Ciberseguridad Semana en Quito describe muchos tipos y clases de ataques contra el DNS.

(Disculpas si mi español tiene errores.)

 Attacks against the Domain Name System (DNS) occur more frequently than most organzations imagine and no organization is immune from attack. Every organization must look at “people, processes, and technology” to protect their DNS from attacks. Organizations must also consider how evidence of other attacks that can be obtained by monitoring their DNS as well. 

This presentation fromCybersecurity Week in Quito describes many kinds and classes of attacks against the DNS.

 

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