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Security Week Article: The Missing Layer Against Encrypted Attacks

I recently contributed another column to Security Week about attackers launching attacks over HTTPS more than ever before. With an increased level of encrypted...

Anonymous Launches #OpIsrael – Attacking Israeli Websites in Conjunction with Gaza Missile Attack

As you have likely have read in the news today, the hacktivist group Anonymous launched #OpIsrael - an online attack of Israeli websites in retaliation...

At the Precipice of an IT Security Tipping Point: Radware & Ponemon Institute Unveil New Survey of Security Experts

At Radware, we feel strongly that 2012 has been the year of the DDoS attack – and it doesn’t look like it’s going to...

Can Hackers Ruin America’s Election Day?

While the majority of American’s will cast their vote for the next President of the United States by going to the polls this Tuesday,...

The New Social Security: How Social Media is Changing the Cyber Security Landscape

From our personal to our professional lives, today most of us use social media in one form or another. Till now, the majority of...

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...

Don’t Leave Money On the Table – A Guide For Hosting Providers to Boost Revenue

The hosting market is booming as more businesses look to third-party hosting providers to outsource much of the storage, delivery and network security of...

Security Week Article: The Need for Resource-Aware Mitigation Technology

Recently, I wrote an article for Security Week on the growing need for security solutions to manage under-the-radar attack tools before they wreak long-term...

ERT Threat Alert: Olympic Security Update

Radware’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) releases a new threat alert regarding an upcoming DDoS attack targeting websites linked to the 2012 Summer Olympics. Attacker Background An...

The Malware Update: A Look at the Latest Malware That’s Attacking Business Networks

Recently, new malware was discovered with the ability to identify the operating system of the victim, and infect them accordingly. As most of the...

Last Week to Participate! Attack Mitigation Black Belt Final Round Begins Today.

If you've been waiting, now's the time to participate - the last week of Radware's Attack Mitigation Black Belt Challenge begins today and ends...

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C-Suite Survey: Accelerated Cloud Migrations, Lagging Security

The 2020 “C-Suite Perspectives Report on IT Security” reveals that COVID-19 was a major accelerant for organizations to quickly migrate to the cloud.

The State-Sponsored Cyberthreat Landscape

State-sponsored cyberattacks have emerged as one of the preeminent threats targeting companies today.