DNS Protection (DP) protects mission-critical services from DNS attacks, leveraging Nexusguard’s globally distributed DNS infrastructure to mitigate DNS-based DDoS attacks while responding to legitimate user requests.
Ensure mission critical services are 100% up and running and free from DDoS attacks by deploying DNS on Nexusguard’s geographically Anycast network.
2. Malformed packet
4. Payload filtering
To identify and drop malicious queries.
1. DNS Hosting
2. Reverse Proxy
Choose DNS hosting or reverse proxy as deployment depending on whether you have to protect certain domains or their name servers.
View advanced stats visualizing DNS queries to selected domains, including legitimate and unresolvable queries.
Nexusguard Service Provider Enablement (Partner Program) allows service providers to deliver DDoS mitigation as a service to their customers and employ a revenue sharing model. This program fills a significant market gap as many businesses lack the resources to justify a large DDoS mitigation appliance deployment.Chris Rodriguez, Senior Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan
We opted to partner with Nexusguard because of their global reach and robustness of their platform. They have helped many companies and governments globally defend against cyberattack. Nexusguard is consistently recognised by analysts such as Gartner and Forrester as a market leader.Wale Ajisebutu, CEO, 21st Century Technologies
Our customers are extremely satisfied with Nexusguard DDoS Protection solutions because they have sophisticated tools that give them visibility into their networks. With Netpluz mitigation facility commissioned in Singapore, powered by Nexusguard, our customers can expect proactive and intelligent mitigations to ensure only clean traffic reaches their network.Lau Leng Fong, CEO, Netpluz
The Nexusguard solution secures our network with enterprise-grade SLAs. Most importantly, it ensures all business-essential applications have the uptime that they require.Michael NG, Sales Director of REDtone
We want to make the network environment for our customer as safe as they feel at home. Nexusguard offers a customized internet security solution so that our customers can continue to interact with us the way supposed to be and the way they want to—all the way without interruption.Visrut Manunpon, Chief Technical Officer, SNOC
We chose to partner with Nexusguard because of its specialty in DDoS mitigation. In fact, they not only focus on DDoS attacks, they are also curious about and strive to address the pain points they face.Lee Shih Yen, VP, Cyber Security, StarHub
Nexusguard DNS Protection service protects mission-critical online services from all DNS attacks and malicious queries. The solution leverages Nexusguard’s globally distributed network of scrubbing centers to resolve incoming DNS queries quickly and reliably.Download now >
Often described as the Internet phonebook, DNS is fundamentally important to the Internet. DNS also inherits various design, implementation and configuration vulnerabilities.This paper explains what DNSSEC is, how it works, what its benefits are, how Nexusguard deploys DNSSEC and key management best practices.Learn more >
This White Paper provides an overview of the common types of DDoS attacks, negative impact of DDoS attacks on business and operations as well as basic mitigation techniques. The document further presents Nexusguard’s integrated solution in countering DDoS attacks and other cyber threats, including our multi-layered mitigation technology, SSL attack mitigation methods, Web Application Firewall (WAF), content and networking optimization, as well as the Customer Portal.Learn more >
The advances in artificial intelligence (AI) in recent years has given rise to the application of Machine Learning models to enhance DDoS attack detection. Nexusguard’s Smart Mode detection uses Machine Learning techniques to predict whether network traffic coming from a source is legitimate or part of a malicious DDoS attack.Read now >
Though not strictly an attack against a DNS system, an amplification attack instead exploits DNS services to bolster DDoS attacks.Read now >