DDoS Attacks: The Changing Legal and Regulatory Landscape

Internet service providers are increasingly treated more like public utilities than consumer services; will government regulations require that they block DDoS traffic? That remains to be seen. Ultimately the demands of enterprises and consumers may have more influence than any government regulations. The business landscape may require ISPs to provide DDoS protection, if only to protect themselves from litigation.

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The Threat of North Korea’s DDoS-driven Cyber Attack

DDoS attacks can cripple crucial Internet systems. Learn about the potential damage a cyber attack wielded by North Korea could do.

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What ISPs Need To Know About CLDAP DDoS Attack Vectors

The Corero Security Operations team has identified significant exploitation of the CLDAP attack vector in attack attempts against its customers since it was first disclosed in October 2016.

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DDoS-For-Hire Services Under the Spotlight

The rise of DDoS-for-hire botnets has caused an explosion of attacks, partly due to their cheap price point – they can be launched for just a few dozen dollars per month.

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DDoS Attacks and Political Hacks

The British House of Commons issued a report last week, indicating the possibility that hackers from Russia or China launched a DDoS attack that crashed the United Kingdom's voter registration website before the deadline to register for the historic Brexit vote. Was that the likely cause of the crash, and could something similar happen in the US?

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