Case Study: How Cranfield University added a simple yet effective DNS security layer to its network
Cranfield University is a British post-graduate and research-based public university specialising in science, engineering, technology and management. Its network poses unique challenges: since it supports a global research institution, the network needs to remain fairly open and accessible from anywhere.
Yet attackers are getting more clever, targeting their attacks at people who can serve as a conduit to privileged systems. Moreover, students and staff located around the world who are not native English speakers can be highly susceptible to targeted phishing attacks.
In this case study, find out how the university deployed a solution that enabled it to handle a total of 2,600 threats per week.