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DEFINITION: A canonical name is the properly denoted host name of a computer or network server. A CNAME specifies an alias or nickname for a canonical host name record in a domain name system (DNS) database. In programming, the term "canonical" means "according to the rules." The DNS is the standard method of defining the locations of sites on the Internet, particularly Web sites.
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A New Approach to DNS Security
sponsored by Cloudmark
VIDEO: This short video introduces a security platform that provides comprehensive protection of DNS networks, infrastructure, and traffic without the rigidity and cost of most network security solutions.
Posted: 27 Jan 2015 | Premiered: 27 Jan 2015

Cloudmark

Protecting Your Organization from DNS Security Threats
sponsored by Cloudmark
WEBCAST: This webinar provides a detailed look at common threats to DNS infrastructure, and how your enterprise can mitigate these threats.
Posted: 26 Jan 2015 | Premiered: Nov 13, 2014

Cloudmark

Why Managed DNS Services and Why Now?
sponsored by Verisign, Inc.
WEBCAST: In this webinar Yankee Group presents its Managed DNS Service Bill of Rights - what Enterprises need to expect and demand from a managed DNS service provider.
Posted: 03 Jun 2011 | Premiered: Jun 3, 2011

Verisign, Inc.
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