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DNS Firewalls Could Save Companies Billions

New research by the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) shows that almost one-third of all cybercrime-related losses could be prevented if companies invested more in DNS protection. In the US, the use of DNS firewalls could allow organizations to reduce losses resulting from cyberattacks by between $19 billion and $37 billion. On a global scale, between $150 billion and $200 billion in losses could be prevented.

According to GCA CEO Philip Reitinger “the benefit from using a DNS firewall or protective DNS so exceeds the cost that it’s something everyone should look at,” especially because plenty of DNS security solutions are available for free.

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