ISP DDoS Protection Posts

Mirai Botnet Code Targets Corporate Networking Gear

Last month a report from Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 revealed that cyber criminals have now evolved the infamous Mirai botnet code to target corporate SD-WAN gear and recruit those assets into harmful botnets. To defend against such attacks, a security system must include comprehensive automated protections against Mirai type attack vectors.

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Do Service Provider Networks Need Better Security?

How are communications service providers (CSPs) coping with network security threats these days? Heavy Reading conducted an anonymous survey of CSPs who are members of their Thought Leadership Council. According to that survey, “Council members say there are several security issues driving the development of those plans, including distributed denial of service (DDoS), illegal intercept, ransomware and data exfiltration, all of which were seen as critical issues by more than 60% of panelists.”

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Bursts, Waves and DDoS: What You Need to Know

A recent Cisco report found that 42 percent of organizations experienced “burst” distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks in 2017.

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Minding Your MANRS

Maintaining the resilience and stability of the global Internet requires collaborative efforts between Internet Service Providers (ISPs), government agencies, enterprises, security vendors and end users.

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ISPs Can Help Their Customers Defend Against DDoS Attacks

Every organization has IT security vulnerabilities, and many need to be especially concerned about distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.

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