As organizations gain more remote workers during coronavirus times, IT should implement these best practices to help mitigate emerging risks.
Being catapulted into the future has revealed cracks in terms of the infrastructure IT specialists have had to play with, and the extent of their skills.
Most of the attacks carried out during March 2020 used the UDP traffic protocol (71%), camouflaged within the avalanche generated by the lockdown.
Modern applications and services rely heavily on API integration and communication. But 81% of organizations have reported attacks against their APIs.
With business models shifting as a result of lockdown, 5G could support a company’s plans for growth and innovation in a way not conceived before.
Recent cyber events have proven why Anonymous is obsolete, highlighting the need for a new hacktivist group that doesn’t live off the names of the past.
A new model of working must emerge -- and will be closely related to how technically adapted to lockdown companies were in the first place.
In this video, Dileep Mishra, a Radware Sales Engineer, discusses three key factors to consider when evaluating DDoS mitigation services.