The security industry fails to regulate blatant criminal activity, and the nation seems to be rewarding bad behavior with attention.
Service providers need a DDoS security solution to support new infrastructure innovations while overcoming the explosive growth in DDoS attack intensity and sophistication of phantom flood attacks.
With this new infrastructure in place, services that previously could not be adopted on a large scale will now begin to emerge.
Application modernization enables an organization to protect its investments and refresh its software portfolio across the business environment
Application programming interfaces (APIs) have emerged as the bridge to facilitate communication between different application architectures.
The shift to the public cloud has resulted in applications being exposed to a larger attack surface and an expanding array of vulnerabilities.
Radware has been at the forefront of these efforts, providing a state-of-the-art Web Application Firewall (WAF) that enables organizations to fully protect their web applications and sensitive customer data, without sacrificing the agility and flexibility required for modern application protection.
The potential damage that the DDoS attacks could have caused this high school is unthinkable. The attacks could have brought down the majority of the school’s servers. However, unlike many other educational institutions, this particular high school was prepared, and the attack was completely mitigated.