The popularity of the online game Pokémon GO has exploded like wildfire in a matter of days (as anyone who does not live under a rock knows). It took only a few days for cyber hackers to find a way to cripple the online game with two apparently separate DDoS attacks that caused service disruptions and outages.
New anti-DDoS technology is not only more effective than ever, it’s also more affordable. Here's a list of five tips to guide hosting providers in their strategy to protect their networks and their customers’ networks from DDoS.
From historic DDoS attacks against the PlayStation Network to the recent sustained attacks against Blizzard, DDoS attacks have become such a regular occurrence in the gaming industry that it has almost become an accepted part of the culture. This blog looks at a few commonalities that indicate how and why these attacks occur.
Most DDoS attacks are not large, volumetric attacks, and DDoS hackers target all kinds of organizations, not only big, household name companies or government agencies. No website or online application is immune to DDoS, and any size DDoS attack is cause for alarm. You see, DDoS is not just a web availability issue; it’s a security issue.
Corero polled over 100 IT security professionals at the Infosecurity Europe 2016 conference in London last month, and the survey shows that UK businesses are not only worried about DDoS attacks, they want better protection from their Internet Service Providers.