What Makes OpenDNS Umbrella Unique?
Malware and breach protection
We deliver security at the DNS layer, using the Internet’s existing infrastructure, to keep malware from compromising your systems and to stop botnets or phishing from exfiltrating your data.
Leverage our up-to-the-minute view and analysis of 2% of the world’s Internet activity to stay ahead of attacks. Enhance your threat intelligence by seeing where attacks are being staged on the Internet.
In seconds, our cloud platform displays your global activity from all locations. Instantly, identify targeted attacks by comparing your activity—over any port, protocol, or app—to the rest of the world.
It just works
By just pointing DNS to us, security is simple to deploy. By enforcing security in the cloud, Umbrella is easy to manage. No hardware to install. No software to maintain. Nothing you need to update.
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WHAT IS OPENDNS UMBRELLA?
Umbrella is a cloud-delivered network security service that protects any device, anywhere.
OpenDNS Umbrella with Investigate
Get a walkthrough of Umbrella’s dashboard and how it interacts with our predictive security product, Investigate.
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What Our Customers Say
Jim Slora, Senior Systems Administrator at Pennoni
We picked up OpenDNS for malware detection because it could work immediately. For a low price, we got control over our traffic plus malware filtering.
Blaine Crawford, Director of Information Technology at C.W.Driver
Previously, malware would just crash your computer, but today it’s a whole new world of threats, so people need to rely on experts like OpenDNS to help fight it. I have a much better feeling about our network security knowing that I have a DNS-based, cloud solution like OpenDNS.
Rob Jordan, Director of Information Technology at Smart Motors
Since we’ve put OpenDNS in, I haven’t had a single issue with viruses—and my life, as far as viruses and malware and botnet activity, is better than I could have imagined it.