Protective DNS aims to protect remote workers from malware attack

Remote working has put people at risk of being targeted by cyber criminals because home networks are rarely set up with enterprise-level security in mind. But a new tool could give home workers the same protections against cyberattacks as they’re used to in the office. The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre’s (NCSC) Protective Domain Name Service (PDNS) has been active since 2017, helping to keep public sector workers as safe as possible from cyberattacks – and now there’s a version for remote workers.

Link: Protective DNS aims to protect remote workers from malware attack
via http://www.zdnet.com

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