Your organization's conventional and legacy DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (DDI) lack the capability and intelligence to shield your core network infrastructure from ever-growing cybersecurity threats. It works in its silo, away from your existing security infrastructure, giving you inefficient and fractured visibility into the organizations security detail. As a result, it will always be too late to respond to cyber-attacks and impact business continuity. TCPWave's secure DNS is conceptualized and built as the first line of defense for your network. TCPWave's DDI is built with security in mind and, as such, seamlessly integrates with your existing cyber security operation tools giving organizations the much-needed visibility of the entire network. TCPWave's DDI security arsenal includes state-of-the-art monitoring, robust and intelligent firewalls, hardened appliances, monitoring, and SIEM integration for behavioral analytics. TCPWave DDI appliances have passed the most stringent ethical hacking and penetration tests, and our Non-BIND solutions and BIND protect your DNS infrastructure from numerous DNS exploits.
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TCPWave's secure DNS strength lies in integrating seamlessly with an organization's existing security infrastructure. TCPWave DNS integrates with security information and event management tools like ArcSight, Splunk, and IBM QRadar to help security teams to detect and respond to threats quickly. It can block malicious URLs by blocking malicious DNS queries using Dynamic RPZ data feeds and an intelligent deep packet inspection capable firewall. Its DNS proxy offering enables businesses to make secure trusts between each other to safely exchange the DNS traffic without worrying about possible DNS cache poisoning. TCPWave makes it easy for organizations to deploy complex services like DNSSEC and Anycast DNS. TCPWave also supports response rate limiting and Anycast to protect against DDoS attacks. TCPWave offers DNS code diversity to mitigate zero-day DNS software vulnerabilities. TCPWave performs secure DNS Updates through TCP over SSL so that the transmissions cannot be intercepted by DNS spoof attack or man in middle attack. TCPWave DNS seamlessly integrates with third-party services like Cisco Umbrella to leverage its DNS layer security offering. TCPWave's DNS TITAN provides advanced behavioral analytics based on machine learning, artificial intelligence models, etc. It facilitates the detection and prevention of risky infrastructure, including DGA families, data exfiltration, look-alike domain use, and many others. Click here to explore how DNS TITAN helps organizations achieve DNS security.
TCPWave IPAM appliances control the DNS and DHCP services in the TCPWave DDI, and hence, its security is paramount. Therefore, the IPAM threat modeling includes secure communications, secure authentication and authorization, auditing and reporting, secure password management, and vulnerability management. TCPWave employs strong ciphers and the latest TLS certificates for all of its secure communications. Unlike other IPAMs in the market, TCPWave's REST API needs certificate-based authentication instead of plain text username and password. TCPWave provides extensive audit reports and top-talker reports for DNS and DHCP. Its vulnerability management helps deploy patches across all DDI appliances on-demand in one shot without much downtime for critical services like DNS and DHCP.
The remote DNS HA and the remote DHCP HA enhances the resiliency of your network. When a single node of a HA cluster fails, then the redundant node takes over instantaneously so that the network traffic does not see any disruption or degradation of service. This kind of availability is extremely important, especially in the high-frequency low latency trading applications, where milliseconds matter. To further assist the risk management architects and the disaster recovery planning coordinators, the TCPWave Core Network Services (DNS & DHCP) continue to function even if both the nodes of a local HA cluster fail. The failover definitions of the DHCP appliance and the redundant authoritative appliance for DNS or the DNS Anycast cache appliance with BGP mesh would automatically take the traffic to another data center. With all the available best practices and performance enhancements, TCPWave ensures that your network never sees a degradation of service because of a single component's unexpected failure. The Remote HA definitions, configuration, design, deployment, monitoring, and performing the monitoring of the environment with various key performance indicators is what TCPWave gives your organization.