Juniper Networks Enters into Global Sales Agreement with Corero, and Invests $2.0 Million

Last week Corero was pleased to announce the expansion of our global partnership with Juniper Networks; Juniper signed a multi-year agreement to resell Corero’s distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection software products and services, with Juniper’s MX Series 5G Universal Routing platform. Following closely on the heels of that announcement came yet another piece of good news: Juniper is investing $2.0 million in Corero.

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Instagram – the New Advertising Platform for Botnets

Recent reports have revealed that cybercriminals are using the popular social media site, Instagram, as a marketplace to advertise the rental of Botnets. The advertisements do not make it clear how powerful the botnets are; however, some posts are claiming to provide cheap access to the Mirai botnet, which was behind one of the largest cyberattacks in history.

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Survey Indicates Lack of Enterprise DDoS Awareness and Protection

Last month, I had the honor to host a workshop at the R3: Resilience, Response & Recovery Summit in London, with two of my fellow Corero colleagues: Sean Newman and Peter Cutler.

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Small DDoS Attacks Shouldn’t Be Ignored

Organizations that continue to think of DDoS attacks as just large, long-drawn-out attacks are putting themselves at great risk. Over the past few years, Corero has observed that short sub-saturating DDoS attacks are dominating the threat landscape.

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A Gambling Company Ups the Ante to Woo Players Back after DDoS Attacks

In the past month several online poker sites, as well as the DraftKings fantasy sports site, have been hit hard by distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Clearly, even if those companies had DDoS mitigation solutions in place, they were not sufficient to protect their networks.

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