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Cyber Attacks and Threats Amidst the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Radware shares insights based on public information regarding threats and attacks surrounding the Kremlin’s special military action against Ukraine.

Automating Incident Response

The classic approach, though, revolves around combining SOAR and IRP to automate routine operations and speed up incident response.

New Cloud Infrastructure in Germany Extends Data Protection Support to EU Customers

With the new cloud infrastructure in Germany, Radware Bot Manager eliminates the need for data to be sent outside the boundaries of the EU region.

What it Means to Redefine Success in Cybersecurity

Cyber threats are not going to decrease for the foreseeable future, and the challenges they pose to organizations are very real.

Bot Manager vs. WAF: Why You Actually Need Both

Over 50% of web traffic is comprised of bots, and 89% of organizations have suffered attacks against web applications. Websites and mobile...

How Will Cyber Threats Impact the Beijing Winter Olympics?

NTT helped the International Olympic Committee dodge a security bullet in Tokyo. The world will watch to see if it can pull off a similar feat in Beijing for the upcoming Winter Games.

How to protect a corporate Wi-Fi network

The importance of Wi-Fi both for providing various services to customers and employees and for managing and receiving data from technological facilities, coupled with the interoperability of IoT devices, is increasing every year.

Security Challenges for Businesses in 2022

See which challenges should be top of mind for keeping businesses online and growing in the coming months and years.

Threat Researchers Live: Ep 18

Tune in to watch our Threat Researchers discuss in detail the threat landscape and what to prepare for.

Eight resolutions to help navigate the new hybrid office model

Threat actors are aggressively finding and exploiting vulnerabilities causing a surge in hybrid companies improving their security protocols.

Why Organizations are Failing to Manage Rising Bot Attacks

The need for bot management is fueled by the rise in automated attacks. Bots are being used to take over user accounts, abuse APIs, and more.  

What Drives DDoS Attacks and Why it Should be a Concern

DDoS stands for Distributed Denial of Service; the objective of a DoS attack is to disrupt or deny services from legitimate users.

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Application Security in the Microservices Era

As organizations break their applications down into microservices, the responsibility for securing these environments is shifting as well.

How Can You Protect What You Can’t See?

Radware’s 2019–2020 Global Application & Network Security Report combines statistical research and front-line experience to identify cybersecurity trends.

5 Steps to Prepare for a DDoS Attack

It’s inevitable almost as death and taxes: somewhere, at some point, you will come under a DDoS attack.

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.