Q2 - Q3 2017 DDoS Trends Report
Criminals Are Leveraging Unsecured IoT Devices More Often and DDoS Attacks Have Doubled in the Past Six Months as a Result
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are capable of crippling the networks of businesses by limiting operations and leaving the integrity of the network vulnerable. Service providers, hosting providers and the digital enterprise are at risk of being impacted by DDoS attacks that can result in major financial losses.
Our recent trends report analyzes the state of the threat landscape during Q2 and Q3 of 2017. We provide recommendations for your benefit in hopes of protecting all of your assets in the future. This data represents the frequency and sophistication of DDoS attacks that organizations face in today’s evolving cyber threat landscape.
Key Takeaways From Q2 and Q3 of 2017 :
- DDoS attacks have doubled in frequency over the last six months
- Two distinct attack types, multi-vector and service floods, are explained
- Ransom Denial of Service (RDoS) attacks are on the rise
- How DDoS is linked to data breach activity
This report provides an inside look at where we stand as DDoS attacks continue to become more complex. Learn more about how improving DDoS mitigation services can help with protecting the integrity of your business.