UK-based Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Defence Systems (DDS) specialist Corero Network Security has selected Malaysia for its regional office and announced a deal with local distributor Spectrum Edge.
71 per cent rise in practice drills over past two years a reflection of increasing security threats, according to EU
It's been a month of crippling denial-of-service attacks on websites operated by U.S. banks and financial services firms. A terrorist organization called Al-Qassam takes credit online, but now the attacks are being blamed on Iran.
Corero Appoints Spectrum Edge Distributor
Corero Network Security (CNS:LN), a leading global provider of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Defence Systems (DDS), has officially appointed Spectrum Edge Sdn Bhd as its value added distributor for Malaysia.
A group affiliated with Anonymous has taken credit for the attack on HSBC last week when it experienced a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack Oct. 18 that disrupted a number of its Websites as hackers continue their cyber-attack campaign against financial institutions.
The recent round of massive distributed denial of service attacks that have hit Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, U.S. Bancorp, Capital One, SunTrust, Regions Financial and more recently HSBC and Ally Financial are unusually hard, but not impossible, to thwart.
We are learning more about the distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks that hit eight U.S. banks in September and October.
For years, it was common for e-commerce site hosting service Applied Innovations to deal with one to three site-crippling DDoS attacks every month. And its approach was always reactionary, after the fact.
Bots can be used to generate fake site visits and deceive advertisers, leading them to be overcharged for ads that are not viewed by humans. In addition, systems in Asia-Pacific are more vulnerable to such attacks due to its higher software piracy rate.
Corero Network Security, a provider of network and application layer DDoS defense products, has announced its First Line of Defense solution, which blocks L3-L7 DDoS and advanced targeted server attacks.
It's been nearly three weeks since the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center issued its warning about new online threats facing U.S. banking institutions (see High Risk: What Alert Means to Banks).
New IT Infrastructure Perimeter Protects Where Firewalls Cannot
The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) organised a simulated distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack yesterday afternoon involving more than 300 European cyber security professionals.
The European Union is hosting what it describes as its biggest cybersecurity exercise.
European banks teamed up with information security agencies and governments to run a DDoS cyber-attack preparedness exercise today.
Over 300 IT security professionals from banks, ISPs, telecommunication companies and government agencies participated in a pan-European cyberattack exercise on Thursday.
Hundreds of cyber security experts have come together to thwart a major simulated cyber attack designed to strengthen European cyber crisis co-operation and preparedness.
Pan-European Cybersecurity Exercise Simulates DDoS Attacks on Banks
Today, 300 IT security professional across 25 countries in Europe will be working through a cyber-security test.
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