DNS/DNSSEC

dnssec

With security being a major issue these days, an increasing number of organisations are implementing Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) into their network infrastructure to protect their data. It is a popular belief that securing DNS is essential in securing the Internet as a whole.

Domain Name System (DNS) is a hierarchical naming system for all the resources connected to the Internet. DNS is used by hosts to find the IP addresses of other machines from their universal resource locator (URL).

Most enterprises and service providers recognise that creating and maintaining secure and robust DNS infrastructure is critical. CyberSecOn identifies this and has built a comprehensive solution for managing businesses and service provider DNS infrastructure effortlessly and securely.

With CyberSecOn’s DNS/DNSSEC, there is no need to replace the existing DNS architecture already present in your organisation. A management console is provided that imports your existing data, and outputs it to the DNS servers of your choice, and generates domain servers’ keys with ease.

CyberSecOn recognises that DNS/DNSSEC serve as the foundation for any enterprises’ online presence. We build a robust and secure system that you can easily manage and maintain. We aim to simplify zone creation by providing straightforward import tools, automatic zone serial creation, and with multiple export options.

Features:

  • Simplicity

We provide a simple web interface and API which makes the management of DNS records simple and effortless.

  • Security

We constantly keep ourselves aware of any security issues affecting software. As soon we find out about a vulnerability we get right to patching it.

  • Performance

We are firmly committed to providing an unparalleled service to our customers when it comes to providing a managed DNS. We update the records of all the name server nodes when you make changes to one of the zones, ensuring that you have an up to date record.

Our services include:

  • Manage external DNS domains.
  • Adding or modification of DNS records types such as NS, A, AAAA, Round Robin A/AAAA (load balanced), CNAME, MX, SOA, SPF, PTR, SRV, TXT, DK//DKIM, HTTP Redirection, and Wildcard A/CNAME/HTTP Redirection records.
  • Management of host provider
  • Recursive and Cache – DNS Management