How Does the Securd Greywall Work?
Greywalls reduce risk by limiting unwitting end-users from temporarily interacting with domains, hostnames, and URLs with zero histories, reputation, or generated by an algorithm. Securd Greywall uses observation data and reputation intelligence to ...
Threat Hunting with Securd
A cloud-based DNS firewall, such as Securd, can be an effective tool for threat hunting by security analysts. Here is a step-by-step guide on how a security analyst can use Securd for threat hunting: Set up Securd: The first step in using Securd for ...
Enabling DNSSEC in Securd
DNSSEC (Domain Name System Security Extensions) is a security protocol that provides authentication for DNS data. It is used to protect the internet's global Domain Name System (DNS) infrastructure from various types of attacks, such as spoofing and ...
PagerDuty Securd Integration
Trigger Securd alerts to PagerDuty, so you can remediate cyber security incidents faster. 1. Perform the PagerDuty Setup Process first. PagerDuty Setup Process Login to PagerDuty, go to the Configuration menu and select Services. On the Services ...
Point Windows DNS to Securd
Getting started with Windows (Agent and Agentless) Securd currently supports Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Server 2008, Server 2012, Server 2016, and Server 2019 with .NET Framework 4.5+. Required Ports Securd endpoints will require access to connect to ...