IoT devices are everywhere and some businesses are only just starting to realise the security implications of so many unmanaged items on their network. The number of IoT devices is forecast to increase five fold to 75 billion devices by 2025. Couple the roll out of cellular IoT and faster 5G networks with vulnerable IoT devices, and you could be gifting hackers the ability to utilise compromised devices to launch DDoS attacks and/or deploy malware.more →
This month we are sharing a blog from our security partner Oracle Dyn that takes a look at dealing with DDoS attacks.
If a DDoS attack hasn’t happened to your organization yet, odds are one will eventually. So it’s crucial to familiarize yourself with DDoS attack mitigation best practices.more →
This month we are sharing a blog from our partner Radware that takes a look at DDoS mitigation testing.
A couple of months ago, I was on a call with a company that was in the process of evaluating DDoS mitigation services to protect its data centers. This company runs mission critical applications and were looking for comprehensive coverage from various types of attacks, including volumetric, low and slow, encrypted floods, and application-layer attacks.more →
With the prevalence of massive cyber-attacks in recent years, it is no wonder that cyber insurance is a growing industry. See our blog on the types of cyber insurance available.
Some companies are weighing the pros and cons of cyber insurance versus DDoS protection. However perhaps it is not the answer that we should look at, but the question.more →
This month we are sharing a blog from our security partner Oracle Dyn that takes a look at the five features to look for in a DDoS Mitigation Service.
Organizations know they must have a DDoS mitigation strategy as part of their disaster recovery and online contingency plans.more →
Mental health in the workplace is increasingly becoming recognised by CEOs and MDs across the globe, with businesses finding that happier employees means increased productivity. However, it is still a largely unaddressed issue that cannot be ignored. Stress seems to be considered normal; in his 2018 book, Jeremy Pfeffer refers to long working hours as a necessity for employees wanting to advance in their career.more →
We have reached that time of year again. The clocks have been put back, the nights get darker, and the weather is getting colder. Halloween is out of the way, so we are all on the countdown to Christmas. And part of the countdown includes two more recent American traditions – Black Friday and Cyber Monday.more →
In the previous article in this series, we looked at the business case for DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) testing. If you read this last post, you will probably agree that there are a number of features of DDoS attacks and DDoS mitigation systems that make DDoS attack testing particularly important.more →