DNSSEC Basics and How to Set Up DNS Security Extensions

We’ve mentioned security and DNSSEC in a few different places in this series, but we wanted to give DNSSEC basics proper attention as we put together our final post on DNS. Due to the nature of DNS, it’s just not secure on its own. When the DNS protocol was first written, the internet was much smaller, and users were less concerned with security. Since then that’s changed significantly, and while DNSSEC has been around for almost 10 years adoption is far from universal.


How to avoid these common DNS Mistakes

Now that we’ve laid out some best practices, this week we wanted to talk about some common DNS mistakes we see many companies make when it comes to their hostname and authoritative DNS. Some of them may seem obvious because they ignore many of the best practices we’ve discussed previously, but we still want to touch on them so we can offer solutions for as many use cases as possible.


DNS Basics

In this series, we will be discussing DNS basics and the significance of both using DNS effectively and monitoring it appropriately. If you’re interested in following and learning more about DNS, sign up in the sidebar to receive updates over the next few weeks as we discuss this topic in depth!