Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are a significant security and availability threat that target UK essential services. Organisations that provide critical national infrastructure services could face fines of £17m, or four percent of their global turnover, if they fail to protect themselves from service outages due to cyber attacks. These services include electricity, water, energy, transport, and healthcare.
- Who fits the criteria that is outlined in the directive
- How to define a service debilitating incident
- How DDoS is a threat to maintaining compliance
- Critical next steps in mitigating DDoS attacks
Download the guide to learn how to properly protect against this threat and limit the potential impact that an attack could have on your critical services.