Domain Name Security
Future-proof your business online
Your company's domain name is its most valuable digital asset, as it is used to generate sales and leads. It is also used for company-wide communication like e-mail. Unfortunately, domains are increasingly being targeted by cyber-attacks. If a domain is hijacked, it can have disastrous consequences – both direct financial losses and damage to a brand’s reputation.
Enhance the security for your domain names
Not all users need to have full access to manage the domain. Users can be setup with limited access and rights according to their needs.
Management portal logins use two-factor authentication, only allowing the actual user to access your domain names.
Protects insight into the contact data of domain owners that is kept confidential.
Registrar Lock is a safety feature provided on the domain registrar side that prevents unauthorized domain transfers and deletion of domain names.
Registry Lock offers extended protection to your company domain and is a locking and authentication mechanism on the Registry side (the TLD). Any changes to domain data can only be carried out after verification by authorized and validated persons.
Registry lock prevents:
- Unauthorized transfer of the domain name to a new domain holder
- Unauthorized transfer of the domain name to a new registrar
- Unauthorized updates to DNS, such delegations to new DNS providers
- Deregistration of the domain name
- Domain hijacking and domain routing.
DMARC is an email authentication system that protects your organization’s domain names from phishing, spoofing and other types of cyber-attacks.
Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) and Verified Mark Certificate (VMC) increase brand awareness, security and deliverability of emails being sent from your domain names.
This service guarantees high availability and short access time for your domain names and online services, due to global node distribution.
The Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) adds an extra layer of security to the domain and provides cryptographic authentication to prevent your domain from being redirected to rouge websites.
Allows domain name owners to specify which CA is authorized to issue SSL certificates. It prevents malicious actors or employees from issuing SSL Certificates by an unauthorized CA.
An encryption-based Internet security protocol for you domain name, websites and online resources that encrypts data that is transmitted across the web. The SSL Certificate provides data integrity, ensuring that data is not tampered with before reaching its intended recipient.