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Integrating SDP and DNS: Enhanced Zero Trust Policy Enforcement
Integrating SDP and DNS: Enhanced Zero Trust Policy Enforcement

Integrating SDP and DNS: Enhanced Zero Trust Policy Enforcement

The purpose of this research article is to explain how DNS and the enterprise-managed DDI system can be combined with a Software-Defined Perimeter to deliver improved security visibility, resiliency, and responsiveness. 

This position paper explores two use cases where DNS and the enterprise-managed DDI and SDP can be combined to improve security, contextual awareness, and responsiveness. This type of integration - tying together systems traditionally distinct for more holistic enforcement - is a hallmark of the Zero Trust approach to security. This paper does not address the security of the DNS infrastructure itself. 

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