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Staying Ahead of the Threat Landscape

June 29, 2018 — by Haim Zelikovsky0

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Radware fends off thousands of attacks on a daily basis, resulting in thousands of satisfied customers around the world. However, the evolutionary nature of the cyberattack threat landscape requires every defender to adapt to changing attacks that are continually increasing in frequency and complexity. Realistically, attackers need little knowledge or money to be effective. They can launch attacks via user-friendly tools and services made available via a prospering hacker community. This underground economy is blooming and innovative, with research and competition driving attackers and their tools to new heights.

Protecting against these evolving threats is a perpetual effort and breaches have become an unfortunate reality. Radware is focused on staying ahead of the threat landscape through dedication, technology advancement, and most of all, through the partnerships we build with our customers. It’s through our day-to-day collaborations, that we learn from our customers and further our technological capabilities in order to mitigate even the most advanced attacks. Radware values these long-term partnerships because they bring us innovation from real-world experiences and strengthen our defenses for the global community and greater good. Let’s keep up the good fight, together!

Read the “2018 C-Suite Perspectives: Trends in the Cyberattack Landscape, Security Threats and Business Impacts” to learn more.

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Sustained Vigilance Key for Financial Services Organizations in Light of Stable, Steady Threat Landscape

April 7, 2016 — by Ben Desjardins0

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Every year when we publish our Global Application & Network Security Report, one of the most popular aspects of the report is what we call our “Ring of Fire.”

The Ring of Fire presents a graphical representation of evolving and relative risk from cyber security threats across some of the most commonly targeted industries.