Recent vulnerabilities (Heartbleed) and attack scenarios are driving a paradigm change in the security industry. It is obvious that single point solutions will not protect anymore against todays types of attacks or future attacks.
The latest developments in the Russia-Ukraine cyberwar battle have garnered huge media attention. It was also recently revealed that the cyber attacks on the NATO websites and infrastructure have been linked to those same tensions. The attacks, which targeted NATO and also Ukrainian media websites, were distributed denial-of-service attacks (DDoS) allegedly by the pro-Russia group Cyber Berkut (KiberBerkut).
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.