CIRA DNS Firewall protects user devices no matter where they work or attend school
OTTAWA, Sept. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CIRA announces the launch of an off-network protection service for its CIRA DNS Firewall service to protect users when they are not connected to their corporate network.
As employees begin to use more devices for hybrid work and students continue their learning by connecting to mobile networks in cafes, co-working spaces or other locations, CIRA is leveraging its expertise to offer a new layer of security to public and private establishments all over the world.
By monitoring and analyzing DNS traffic, CIRA DNS Firewall blocks user access to malicious websites, prevents phishing attacks and even prevents malware already in the network from accessing the Internet. To accompany the implementation of its new protection functionality, CIRA also announced the launch of an easy-to-deploy application that allows respecting privacy, ensuring user security and filtering content at the user’s level. outside the organization’s initial network security perimeter. This cloud-based protection helps protect devices from cyber threats in and out of Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) without impacting device operating efficiency and without the need for specialized hardware.
CIRA DNS Firewall is a fundamental way for CIRA to build a reliable Internet for Canadians. Today, this solution protects more than 200 institutions in the K-12 and post-secondary education sectors, dozens of municipalities and numerous customers in the public, charitable and healthcare sectors. More than three million users nationwide rely on this workplace solution to keep their organization running. The technology that powers the DNS Firewall also enables CIRA to bring Canadian Shield, protected DNS for households, to millions of device and personal network users.
“Employees are more mobile than ever. Offline protection will help protect Canadian institutions and deepen their defense strategies. Adapting to changing work environments without compromising the security or integrity of their network is a top priority for IT professionals and we are proud to support their efforts,” said Jon Ferguson, General Manager of cybersecurity and DNS services at CIRA.
- Allows administrators to manage and configure multiple public and corporate networks.
- Allows IT departments to regulate access to certain websites based on their content categories outside of the office.
- Monitors threat activity and identifies infected devices and threats.
- Provides management of device groups and networks: Individual devices and teams can have unique filtering policies that can be assigned to multiple computers and devices.
- Available on Android, iOS, Windows, macOS and Chrome OS
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) manages the .CA top-level domain on behalf of all Canadians. In addition, CIRA designs cybersecurity technologies and services – such as its DNS firewall and Canadian Shield – that contribute to its goal of building a trusted Internet for Canadians. The CIRA team operates one of the fastest growing country-specific domains (ccTLDs), a high-performance global DNS network, and one of the most advanced back-end registry solutions.
About CIRA DNS Firewall
CIRA DNS Firewall is an affordable, low-maintenance layer of protection that monitors and analyzes DNS traffic to block user access to malicious websites, prevent phishing attacks, and even prevent malware already in the system. network to access the Internet. Located only in Canadian data centers and peered with Canadian Internet Exchange Points, CIRA DNS Firewall is powered by Akamai’s DNS infrastructure and security and personalization solutions.
Delphine Avomo Evouna
Communications Specialist, CIRA
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