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About Ashley Stephenson

As Chief Executive Officer, Ashley Stephenson leads the company’s global expansion strategy. A seasoned executive with a proven track record in the technology industry, he brings a notable record, having co-founded or led several technology companies as Chairman or CEO. An IT industry executive and Internet technology entrepreneur, Stephenson has operating experience in the United States, Europe and Asia. As CEO he drives Corero’s global strategy, focusing on the company’s growth by capitalizing on its market leading real-time DDoS mitigation offerings and strong blue-chip customer base.

Posts by Ashley Stephenson

Why Critical National Infrastructure Organizations Shouldn’t Overlook DDoS Attacks

On the 1st of November the Department of Homeland Security kicked off its National Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month. The month is aimed at raising awareness on the security issues which surround our critical national infrastructure and providing organizations with best-practice advice on ways to help keep these systems safe from physical and cyber security threats.

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California Connected-Devices Bill: Is it enough to Stop IoT Botnets?

It was recently announced that the State of California is introducing new legislation which amongst other requirements, will effectively ban the use of weak passwords on internet-enabled devices. The law will come into force in 2020 and means manufacturers of Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices will no longer be able to program their products with default or generic passwords, which have notoriously been exploited by cybercriminals.

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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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Hajime Botnet Scanning for Vulnerable MikroTik Routers

Security researchers have shared concerns about scans being carried out by a Hajime IoT botnet looking to mass-infect unpatched MikroTik devices. This blog explains what is the Hajime botnet, Botnet herding and how to protect against the threat.

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