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Global Cyber Alliance: 'DNS firewalls' can prevent billions of dollars in hack losses
A new report by the Global Cyber Alliance finds that use of a “Domain Name System firewall” would have substantially reduced the costs of data breaches in recent years and offers a cost-effective cybersecurity tool for smaller enterprises.
DNS “firewalls, which are freely available and easy to install, can prevent more than 33% of cybersecurity data breaches from occurring,” according to the report. “A conservative estimate values the impact of DNS firewalls at preventing $10 billion in data breach...