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Credential Stuffing Attack on LastPass

Some users of LastPass, the password management tool, recently reported getting emails from the service stating that their master passwords had been compromised and that unusual credential stuffing attempts had been noticed. Though this turned out to be just a scare, this incident reiterates the need for effective bot management to strengthen data security.

What is Cybersecurity and Why It’s Important 

A good security strategy helps businesses reduce the chance of falling victim to data theft while also ensuring shared data is kept secure.

Interview: Open Banking Opens Customer Data to Third Parties

In open banking, customer data is securely exposed to third-party providers via application program interfaces

2022 Cyber Predictions: Preparing for Future Security Challenges

This massive shift to the clouds and edges will continue through 2022 and beyond, affecting enterprise security. Our experts have reflected on the trends of this year and have come up with the following predictions for 2022. 

2021 Year in Review: Denial of Service 

Going into 2022 that DDoS attacks will never disappear from the threat landscape. Attacks do not have to be complex to be effective. 

Cyber 2022 Predictions About Open Banking

Unlike traditional banking where all customer data is controlled by the parent bank, in open banking, customer data is securely exposed to third-party providers via application programming interfaces (APIs)

Radware Threat Researchers Live: Ep.17

Learn about the log4j vulnerability and how a 6-year-old JDNI exploit became urgent overnight. That, and much more

Five Benefits of Integrating Bot Management with Your CDN

CDNs have proven to be the best option for enterprises and other organizations that need to provide Web content and services quickly and efficiently to their customers.

Log4Shell: Critical log4j Vulnerability

The Apache Foundation released log4j version 2.15.0 as an emergency update for a critical vulnerability in the log4j2 library

Radware Threat Researchers Live: Ep.16

Special guest Mathieu Huysman, share about online game hacking with our hosts Pascal Geenens and Daniel Smith.

DDOS Attacks Targeting Payment Services of Global Financial Institutions

A threat actor or group is actively targeting the online services of branches of global financial institutions

Ransomware & Ransom DoS, Why They Are Similar But Different

While ransomware and ransom DoS have a common objective their techniques are different, and so is the threat impact for organizations. 

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