My hat’s off to the organizers of RSA 2014 which is held every year in San Francisco’s Moscone Center, as they achieved an unbelievable event this year. The show was not only incredibly well attended, (rumored to be over 25,000 attendees) with a record breaking year of attendance from the vendor community that required two enormous exhibition halls, but it was well organized. All-in-all, I believe that if one couldn’t get from the RSA Show what they wanted, then the problem probably laid more with the seeker than the organizers of this show!read more
The RSA Conference was amazing this year — bigger, more robust and crazier than I have ever seen it. The only void I noticed among the technical vendors was addressing the issue of hacktivism. In the packed conference and crowed exhibition halls, I never came across a discussion about this phenomenon. Can we forecast this risk? Do we know its long term effects? I think most of us are still befuddled by this concept.read more
Last week, I had the opportunity to present on behalf of Radware at the Annual e-Crime Congress in Frankfurt, Germany. This event is one of the region’s largest meetings of senior information risk and security professionals and Radware held a panel presentation for those who were in attendance.read more
What comes to mind when the term “Denial of Service” is mentioned? Probably website outage.
This image has been crafted over the last couple of years with media, analysts and bloggers all talking about Denial of Service attacks, but mostly when the result of the DoS attack caused a site outage. Our latest report, the Radware Global Application and Network Security Report addresses this and other misconceptions about DDoS.read more
Here’s a roundup of our most-read posts of 2013. We thought it’d be interesting to look back on a year’s worth of blogs and see what garnered the most attention. So here are the top five posts — Thanks to our readers, partners, customers, and team members for another great year.
We look forward to a smart, success-filled and secure 2014. Cheers!read more