DNS capabilities allow for smooth request processing and increased network privacy measures.
A DNS address offers enhanced performance and security for devices through phishing filters. Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) will automatically assign a Domain Name System (DNS) address to your devices, but businesses can choose to define their own custom DNS separately for additional threat protection.
Choosing to remain with DNS servers provided by your ISP may not be beneficial to your business, especially when switching to an alternative DNS through a third-party provider would create space for service enhancements.
Set an extra security layer with a private DNS to prevent common and unknown threats to your online safety like harmful websites and phishing attacks.
Using a correct DNS setup is commonly faster and more efficient in processing requests, resulting in better performance for enterprise devices connected to the internet.
Optimized performance and increased reliability should mean less disruption to your team’s workflows and no need for managers to work around downtime.
Third-party services can provide better services and improved infrastructure for less chance of DNS server downtime.
Without it, devices rely on request processing via a public DNS server, which handles large volumes of requests. A third-party DNS utilizes private servers to handle only your business requests.
Start routing your traffic to a custom DNS or contact NordLayer’s Security specialist!
NordLayer uses public DNS servers when a custom DNS is not configured. Our solution facilitates connections to these servers ensuring protection against unwanted sites or users over the internet.
Setting up a private DNS for business use takes - on average - around five minutes, which includes switching over from your current DNS. For further information or guidance on doing this, please contact our support team.