I just registered a co.uk domain with GoDaddy. I've been managing domains for a few years now, and hosting my own website. I know a bit, but not enough to be safe with anything important like this.
This is the first domain I've paid for - before I've used freenom.com.
While setting up my custom nameservers (I use CloudFlare for DNS and Crypto) they told me that they offer Premium DNS:
Create an unbreakable chain that stops hackers from hijacking your website and stealing your data.
Protect your website's uptime and availability from power outages and internet routing problems.
This costs £2.39 per month. I don't want hackers to hijack my website or steal my data, but this does sound like scare tactics here.
I'm adding my domains DNS records to CloudFlare, and I noticed that they also offer DNSSEC. Do I need this at both steps?