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Discover, Register and Pair: Securing and Managing Fixed and Mobile Users

By Pierre Ehsani, Senior Director, Product Management

Posted on October 12, 2017 in: General

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Service providers looking to enhance and secure the online experience for their residential and business subscribers often struggle to find solutions that are easy for their customers to configure and use – particularly when it comes to setting policies that carry across fixed, mobile and converged networks. This type of simple, seamless management is actually a key distinguishing feature of Nominum N2 solutions. And not just from a “here’s what our products can do” perspective, but from a “here’s how easily your customers can do this” perspective.

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Digital life, made personal.

By Brian Metzger, Vice President of Global Marketing

Posted on March 1, 2017 in: General, Marketing

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Enabling service provider digital transformation is a major focus at Nominum. But what does this mean to the subscriber? How does telecom transformation improve people’s lives? How do Nominum solutions enable CSPs to become a valued provider of services that secure and enrich the digital lifestyle?

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Achieving the Communications Trifecta: Send the Right Message to the Right Person at the Right Time

By Sheryl Kingstone, Director, Customer Experience & Commerce, 451 Research

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Posted on December 21, 2016 in: General, Marketing

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A Best Practices Guide for Implementing In-Browser Messaging Solutions

When was the last time you checked the email account given to you by your service provider? If your answer is, “I can’t remember” or, “more than a month ago”, you’re not alone. Research conducted by 451 Research shows that in today’s crowded messaging environment, email—whether your default service provider email or other personal account—is no longer an effective way for service providers to communicate with subscribers.

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The Rise in DDoS and other Cyberattacks: Applying New Data Science Insights to Understand Today’s Emerging Threats

By Yuriy Yuzifovich, Head of Data Science and Security

Posted on November 3, 2016 in: General, Security

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Nominum Data Science just released a new Data Science and Security report that investigates the largest threats affecting organizations and individuals, including ransomware, DDoS, mobile device malware, IoT-based attacks and more. Below is an excerpt.

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What CSPs Can Learn from the Latest DDoS Attacks

By Craig Sprosts, Vice President, Product Management & Strategy

Posted on October 24, 2016 in: General, Security

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On Friday, October 21, 2016, there was a major distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack that took down major U.S. company websites, including Twitter, Paypal, The New York Times, Box, Netflix and more. The attack targeted managed DNS provider Dyn Inc., which hosts the authoritative DNS for these popular domains. The attack originated from a large number of compromised IoT devices, including internet-connected cameras, routers and digital video recorders.

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Broadband Outlook Report | Telecoms.com Intelligence

By Brian Metzger, Vice President of Global Marketing

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I had the privilege of authoring the foreword to this year’s Broadband Outlook Report, published by Telecoms.com Intelligence. The report provides a comprehensive run-through of the most current and pressing technologies affecting the broadband delivery industry today. This year’s theme is “Digital Transformation,” one of the telecom industry’s most nebulous and ill-defined terms.

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Examining the Long-Tail of DNS Queries: A Hotbed of Cybercriminal Activity

By Yuriy Yuzifovich, Head of Data Science and Security

Posted on October 11, 2016 in: General, Security

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Data scientists put in a tireless amount of work tracking cybercriminals—from specific individuals to entire organizations—looking at their behavior and the methods through which they attempt to compromise data. Because DNS is a ubiquitous protocol that’s used for most internet interactions, it also provides fertile ground for cybercriminals to launch malware. Nominum Data Science examines massive volumes of DNS data—100 billion queries daily—to detect anomalies and uncover the patterns of malicious code authors before other security experts.

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Digital Transformation is Happening. So Where’s the Paradox?

By Brian Metzger, Vice President of Global Marketing

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Posted on September 21, 2016 in: General, Marketing

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Our CEO Gary Messiana was recently interviewed by Light Reading CEO Steve Saunders to discuss how Nominum is accelerating the digital transformation efforts of communication service providers (CSPs), and to shed light on what we’re calling the “digital transformation paradox.”

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In-browser Messaging: A Highly Effective Way to Reach Subscribers with Targeted Content

By Daniel Blasingame, VP of Sales, North America

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Posted on August 23, 2016 in: General, Marketing

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For service providers, achieving the subscriber communications trifecta is nearly impossible: that is, sending the right message to the right person. Email is a heavily used subscriber communications method, given both its low cost and the ability for subscribers to view the message at their convenience.

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What’s in a Name? Leveraging DNS to Personalize Services

By John Arledge, General Manager

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Posted on June 23, 2016 in: General, Marketing

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In his latest white paper, “Innovation in Communication Services: Breaking with the Past without Waiting for the Future,” Patrick Donegan of Heavy Reading discusses a key aspect of digital transformation: the ability to offer innovative services that enhance the subscriber experience. More specifically, he discusses the need for personalized services—as well as why DNS technology is an ideal way to achieve personalization in new service offerings.

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