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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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Protect and Enhance the Subscriber Experience to Grow the Bottom Line

By John Arledge, General Manager

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Posted on July 19, 2016 in: Marketing

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For service providers undergoing digital transformation, the importance of subscriber and network protection cannot be understated. When subscribers and networks are at risk of attack or infection, a provider’s digital strategy is weakened and business growth limited.

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