Malcolm Murphy

Malcolm Murphy

Company: Infoblox

Job Title: Technology Director, Western Europe

Malcolm’s experience with DNS dates back to the mid-nineties, and as a Unix sysadmin he worked out a method of using DNS to hide messages in plain sight, with no audit trail. He also claims there was a valid reason for doing so at the time, although he can’t remember what it was.

He has spent most of his career helping organisations deploy networking and security infrastructure, and currently leads a team of technical consultants at Infoblox, specialising in scalable, secure, cloud-ready DNS solutions.

Malcolm Murphy Seminars

  • Secure Your Network from the Core Wed 5th Oct 13:40 - 14:10

    Secure Your Network from the Core

    The most common service targeted by application layer attacks is DNS. As well as being a target in its own right, DNS is also exploited to infect devices, propagate malware, and steal data from organisations just like yours. Intruders view DNS as a weak link because it’s often not considered by existing security solutions.

    We will show how you can secure your DNS infrastructure to protect you against these attacks and exploits. But that’s not all: by making DNS data an integral part of your security posture you can enrich your existing security infrastructure, adding context that enables you to make better decisions about which security alerts to prioritize. And that rich information also means that you will be more efficient in re-mediating the incident.


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    Time / Place

    Wed 5th Oct 13:40 to 14:10

    Cyber Attack, Remediation & Mitigation

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