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5 Questions About Anonymous’ New DDoS Techniques

In case anyone missed this news, Group Anonymous has put up code at pastehtml.com (a free and anonymous HTML code-hosting site) which uses your...

Lesson Learned: ISPs & CDNs aren’t enough for Anti-DDoS

Well, I suppose that many in the Hacktivist world have resolved that 2012 would be a ‘breakout’ year for them as the level of...

2011: Why has Group Anonymous Been So Successful?

As we shut the door on 2011 and begin the planning efforts for 2012, I can’t help but be astonished on how effective the...

The Risks of Using SaaS from a DDoS Perspective

By David Hobbs – System Engineer at Radware David Hobbs focuses on security everyday, with 16 years experience battling the latest attempts by hackers to...

2012 Considerations Before Buying an Attack Mitigation System

Managing the security of critical information has proven a challenge for businesses and organizations of all sizes. Even companies that invest in the...

Cyber Monday: A Hacktivist’s Dream Come True?

So far this year has been astonishing for the “Named Attacks” by Hacktivists as illustrated in the chart below. In addition to these named...

The Hacking Eco-system: Fighting Cyber Attacks to Stay Profitable

Attacks and countermeasures typically focus on techniques, vulnerabilities, systems and tools.  There is another angle of the cat-and-mouse fight between attackers and victims --...

6 Key 2012 IT Security Considerations

By all indications 2011 will be known as a historic year in information security as threats added a whole new category of motive to...

A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed

I just came back from a tour in Europe, meeting with both customers and journalists. It was a very interesting trip, dedicated to the...

Radware CEO Talks Data Security with AMS

With so many ways for hackers to attack an organization, the only way for a company to stay safe is to go on the...

Fighting Cyber Attacks in Real Time with AMS

Most organizations that utilize network defense software have adopted a passive approach when attempting to stop cyber attacks.  That’s because most of the defense...

Security? Defense, Offense, Both?

Boy the world has gotten complicated to defend hasn't it? The old adage, "information security is very basic" turns out not to be true...

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