Ben Desjardins

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Ben Desjardins drives the development of vertical and use-case specific solutions for Radware’s Security Product Portfolio. In this role, Ben focuses extensively on the competitive landscape for anti-DDoS, WAF and anti-scraping technologies. Ben has extensive experience across a wide array of security technologies and disciplines, including DDoS, DNS, SSL, Threat/Vulnerability Management, IAM and PCI-DSS and he brings nearly two decades of marketing management experience to his work at Radware, including over 12 years focused on the information security and cyber threat arenas. Additionally, Ben has led global go-to-market efforts across many industries including retail, Ecommerce, financial services, public sector and healthcare/life sciences.

Sustained Vigilance Key for Financial Services Organizations in Light of Stable, Steady Threat Landscape

Every year when we publish our Global Application & Network Security Report, one of the most popular aspects of the report is what we...

The Stages of Online Business Transformation Come With Benefits… and Risks

As a father of teenaged children, I sometime marvel at the level of network-connectedness of that younger generation. It is fair to say...

Themes, Conversations and Takeaways from 2016 RSA

The hackers are winning. Or said more accurately, strong security is losing . . . sometimes to itself.   That seemed to be a general...

When Trends Collide – Ransomware and IoT Attacks Continue

A highlight of the annual Global Network & Application Security Report is always the deep case studies. Each year, we work closely with a...

Cyber-Attackers Are Adjusting to the Security Adjustments You’ve Made

Sometimes it feels terrible to be right. In our recent Global Application & Network Security Report we predicted an increase in complex encrypted attack...

SSL Breaks Bad: A Protective Technology Turned Attack Vector

It’s an unfortunate reality that things meant to do good can and do get misused for harm. Consider the myriad stories around criminals using Google...

Misconceptions about Hybrid DDoS Protection: It’s Costly and Complicated.

A common misconception that we see a lot in the marketplace is that hybrid DDoS protection, a combination of on premise and cloud DDoS...

How OnlineTech Stayed Ahead of the Cyber-Threat Curve

I live relatively close to Ashburn, Virginia, which you may know is a major exchange point for the Internet. Our area has gone through...

DDoS Attack Myth: Larger Cyber-Attacks Do More Damage

“I just want to know that I’m safe from these 100Gbps plus attacks.” These are the words heard (or at least the sentiment expressed) over...

Consumers’ Insatiable APP-etites Slowed, but Not Stopped by Security

The other day I was making my way through the airport and stopped at a restaurant for a quick bite to eat. I...