While distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks garner a majority of the headlines, there are a slew of DNS attacks wreaking havoc on organizations across the globe. Some of these attacks take over an organization's DNS server, altering mapping at times – commonly referred to as cache poisoning –and once they do compromise the server, it's game over in terms of the damage they can cause.

In this video, Jesper Andersen, CEO and president at Infoblox, chats with SC Magazine Senior Reporter Danielle Walker to discuss this threat and ways to defend against it.