FUTURE LANDSCAPE OF INTELIGENT DNS
Shahzad Mahmood Khan
Project manager, BlueCat Networks, Suite 502, 4101 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario Canada.
Keywords: DNS security, cyber security threats, data security.
Abstract

Sorry but your transactoin is denied You’re at Starbucks trying to make a purchase of your favourite hot-drink and your card is denied. How embarrassing. But wait - You’ve paid your balance every month without fail. What gives? What likely could have happened is that some intelligant software at your financial institution detected a purchase anomaly and took action to prevent the fraud. Today, these tools are incredibly powerful, scanning through terabytes of data to detect even slight deviations in behavioral models like a sequence of small charges at online vendors or sudden spending pattern on new product categories. These are common signs of fraud that can raise red flags.

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Year:2016
Volume:1
First Page:1
Last Page:3
Publisher Id:Adv Engi Tech (2016 ). 1. 1-3
Article History:
Received:June 13, 2016
Accepted:July 18, 2016
Collection year:2016
First Published:August 3, 2016


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