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Webinar: Protecting E-Commerce in High-Traffic Environments

by Nikitas Magel September 01st, 2015

If your organization does business on the Web, you will face crucial, high-traffic periods in the coming year that could make or break your bottom line. On Tuesday, September 15th at 1:00 pm ET, Information Week/Dark Reading will host a webinar on how attackers seek to exploit companies at their weakest—and most critical—moments of operation. Read Full Article

 

Ecommerce Holiday Preparedness: “What Ifs” for DNS and Traffic Management

by Donald Lee August 27th, 2015

The summer is almost over and it’s only a few months before the shopping season begins with Black Friday. Read about how to leverage cloud DNS services in your holiday “what if” preparedness. Read Full Article

 

What Erodes Trust in Digital Brands?

by Nikitas Magel August 25th, 2015

It’s no news that your website’s security is paramount to your business. But did you know how much security shapes the perception of your brand? And that’s not just when cyber-attacks and data breaches occur. That was one of the messages from a recent survey by the Ponemon Institute, which Neustar sponsored to learn what people expect when they visit a website—and how those expectations affect their opinion of a brand. Read Full Article

 

Ten Cyberthreats Outside the Firewall

by Neustar Engineering August 20th, 2015

When most people think of cybersecurity, they think about passwords, firewalls, and hackers. But security vulnerabilities are not found exclusively in the cyber domain. Here is a list of ten current threats that can cause real damage to an organization’s bottom line, brand, and reputation—all of which exist outside of a company’s firewall. Read Full Article

 

The Dawn of the Post Dot Com Era

by Lori Anne Wardi August 17th, 2015

With the launch of abc.xyz, Google’s new parent company has created a unique mark for itself on the vast landscape of otherwise dot-common website addresses. The bold branding choice drives home the point that thinking broadly about domain names is the future of the Internet—a future increasingly known as the “post dot com era.” Read Full Article