Ronen Kenig

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Ronen manages the global marketing strategy for Radware’s Security products. His responsibilities include the planning, positioning and go-to-market strategy for all Security products activities worldwide. An industry expert, Ronen has more than 14 years experience in managing R&D and marketing products in the networking infrastructure, Security and application delivery sectors. Ronen writes about Security threats and solutions, application delivery, and cloud computing.

From Defense to Offense – Three Steps to Successful Attack Mitigation

In the same week that undercover FBI agents foiled a plot to attack the Federal Reserve Bank in New York City, a ninth bank...

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About a DDoS Attack But Were Afraid to Ask

In our world of “ones and zeroes” there has been an exponential increase in network and application attacks that can keep the most seasoned...

Radware’s ERT Analyzes ‘Operation Ababil’ – and Wonders Who Was Really Behind the Attacks?

BACKGROUND: On September 18, 2012 a group called ‘Cyber fighters of Izz ad-din Al qassam’ called on hacktivists around the world to join a cyber-attack...

From SC Magazine: Roy Zisapel, Radware CEO, Says Flame-Like Vulnerabilities Are Nothing New

Yesterday, SC Magazine published an article by Radware’s president and CEO, Roy Zisapel, addressing the infamous Flame malware. Flame stole headlines over the past...

ERT Threat Alert: TheWikiBoat Group Targets the World’s Largest Organizations

Radware’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) releases a new threat alert regarding an upcoming DDoS attack on Friday, May 27th.

Why Bother to Demonstrate in the Streets When You Can Simply Launch a Cyber-Attack on a Government Website

Not in favor of the new law that was just passed, immigration policies too racist, the Catholic Church too corrupt, it is possible or organize a demonstration or take the fastest, easiest and most effective way and launch a virtual attack on the offensive website. Take down the parliament portal to protest unfair laws or policies, shut down the local police’s website or the website of any offensive organization. Hacktivists have been very effective launching attacks on government websites and their motivation increases with each successful attack.

Operation Blackout – Get Yourself Prepared

Operation Blackout due date is approaching: Anonymous is planning to shutdown the Internet on March 31st, 2012 by attacking all 13 DNS root servers. DNS...

Anonymous Attacks – You Don’t Need a Big Crowd in Order to Take Down a Website

In the past year we used to see large campaigns by the anonymous group before launching a cyber attack. The purpose of the campaign...

Israeli Website Hit with Country’s Largest Volumetric DDoS Attack on Record: What this Says About Cleaning the ISP Pipe

Today, we experienced the highest ever volumetric DDoS attack on an Israeli website. One of the leading news sites in Israel was hit by...

China Rockets to the Cloud – Don’t leave your ADCs on the Ground

Last week I had a business trip to China, visiting our customers and new prospects. Our business in China is growing fast and one...