Ensuring trusted communications channels are trustworthy
IID’s ActiveTrustTM DNS is the industry’s first and only comprehensive DNS (Domain Name System) security solution, designed to protect an organization and its entire extended enterprise – including business partners, suppliers, service providers, marketing partners and more. ActiveTrust does more than monitor DNS security threats; it detects, diagnoses and mitigates them 24/7. This always-on defense ensures that communication channels for e-mail, data exchange and transactions with partners are legitimate… and secure.
ActiveTrust is hijack insurance for an extended enterprise. It protects vital connections with partners and customers— connections that are all too often taken for granted— against criminal hijacking and poisoning efforts intended to disrupt communication and steal valuable information. ActiveTrust mitigates and eliminates the spread of DNS attacks – potentially saving organizations millions of dollars in lost customers, stolen data and recovery costs. And, protecting against costly litigation or regulatory action.
Put ActiveTrust to work:
Detect – The key to addressing DNS issues is to identify the problem, fast. ActiveTrust constantly probes the Internet infrastructure for malicious or accidental configuration issues – both within an organization and throughout its extended enterprise. Suspicious changes generate an instant alert.
Diagnose – Is this a minor configuration issue or a major attack, and what needs to be done? ActiveTrust includes a 24/7 expert team, dedicated to client security. They insert human intelligence and insight on top of an automated system, determine the likely importance and impact of a given issue, and communicate that information to an internal stakeholder within the customer organization.
Mitigate – DNS information is quick to propagate by design, and criminals use this to wreak havoc. IID’s relationships with Internet infrastructure providers, law enforcement authorities, and world-wide security partners brings all forces together (including ISPs, domain registrars, software vendors) to resolve issues before they spread.