Enterprise DDoS Protection Posts

DDoS Attacks Can Be Weapons in Cyber Warfare

Banks, energy utilities, transportation hubs and hospitals; these are the most high-profile examples of critical infrastructure that could be targeted by hackers.

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Mitigation Time Matters: The Difference between Seconds and Minutes

Organizations cannot afford to be slow in mitigating distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, no matter how large or small the attack.

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Survey Says More than One Third of US Businesses Experience DDoS Attacks

DDoS attacks cost not only time and money in the form of internal or external IT resources to bring a company’s network back online, but also create loss of revenue, brand reputation and customer trust.

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DDoS Attacks on Internet Providers Can Impact Downstream Customers

Enterprises need to consider that even if they have protection against distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, their business could be taken offline if their Internet Service Provider (ISP), hosting provider or Domain Name Service (DNS) provider does not have adequate DDoS protection.

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Cyber Insurance and DDoS Attack Protection

This past spring American International Group (AIG), one of the largest cyber insurance companies, surveyed cyber security and risk experts to gain a deeper understanding of their views of the likelihood and impact of a systemic cyber-attack.

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