On January 22, 2019, The Department of Homeland Security issued an Emergency Directive for the first time in its history. According to the directive, multiple executive branch agency domains were tampered with in a cyber hacking campaign. The directive requires federal agencies to perform a DNS record audit and secure DNS admin accounts. But, what if your agency becomes a target of a zero-day exploit that leaves your DNS infrastructure vulnerable to another tampering campaign?
In this webcast, Joon Shin, Security Engineer at ThreatConnect, will: