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My Network Has High Cholesterol: The Danger of Low and Slow DDoS Attacks

This month we share a blog article from our technology partner, Radware. Low and slow DDoS attack traffic is increasingly becoming a strain on business resources, consuming bandwidth and in turn, resulting in a poor customer experience and financial loss – in most instances the targeted organization will absorb such traffic without even noticing or knowing

You know when you get to a certain age, feeling ‘good’ just isn’t enough?

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DDoS Attack Simulation: Preparing For Large-Scale DDoS Attacks

Large-scale DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) botnet attacks are on the rise. Akamai, to take one recent example, has reported five attacks greater than 300 Gbps in the final few months of 2016.1 And it’s not all down to the latest cyber threat that’s keeping the security community awake at night: large-scale botnets built from everyday Internet of Things devices.

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Get Ready For GDPR: WAF is a Must-Have Security Control to Aid Compliance

Preparing for the EU’s new data protection regime: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Could your business withstand a fine of 4% of its worldwide revenue? That’s turnover, not profit. Most would face severe difficulties, if not insolvency. But that’s the sort of fine that the European Union (EU) will soon be able to impose on companies who work with personal data if they allow a security breach or can’t demonstrate adequate data protection.

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DDoS Enters the Terabit Era: A Round-up of New Year Predictions for 2017 (Part 2)

Turning to our predictions concerning the technical side of DDoS attacks in 2017, there was near unanimity over the escalating threat from insecure Internet of Things (IoT) devices. As we found at the tail end of 2016, large scale DDoS attacks are being facilitated by IoT botnets running the Mirai malware system (for example, the 21st October Dyn attack).

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