When June arrives in the United Kingdom, that means it's time for the annual Infosecurity Europe conference in London. Here are visual highlights from this year's event, which featured 240 sessions, 400 exhibitors and an estimated 19,500 attendees.
Hackers have reportedly demanded a ransom from Bank of Montreal and Simplii Financial in exchange for not dumping 90,000 customers' account details on a fraud forum. The FBI says online extortion and ransomware remain the top two types of cybercrime it's seeing today.
With options such as on-premises protection, cloud-based scrubbing services, and hybrid solutions, the question is not whether you should prepare for a DDoS attack, but which strategy best helps your organization ensure service continuity and limit damage in the face of an attack.
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Multivector distributed denial-of-service attacks are having a bigger impact than simple volumetric attacks, says Brian McCann, president of Netscout's security business unit, who analyzes the latest trends in an in-depth interview.
What is the state of DDoS, as observed by network and security professionals directly responsible for operating and securing global networks?
This session covers a range of issues, from threat detection and incident response to managed services, staffing and budgets. Hear about the daily operational challenges, as...
As DDoS attacks grow larger, more complex, and more pervasive, it can feel like we face a future of inevitable service outages and anxiety.
This whitepaper gives you three strategies to up your DDos Game:
Behavioural analysis and learning;
Signaling and on-demand hybrid protection
More than 95,000 servers that run the open source Memcached utiltity appear to remain vulnerable to being abused to launch massive DDoS attacks, with one such attack reaching a record 1.7 terabits per second. Here's how organizations and IT administrators must respond.
Say hello to a new type of DDoS attack: UDP amplification via internet-facing servers running memcached, an open source distributed caching system that can be abused to amplify DDoS attacks by a factor of 50,000.
As of Q1 2018, the global cybersecurity community finds themselves inundated with both internal and external advanced threat actors who are stealthier, more resilient and sadly, more effective than they have ever been before. Many organizations are coming to terms with deciding whether their security posture is...
DDoS extortion comes in many forms. Campaigns over the past three years have varied in their nature and continue to evolve over even the past few months. What lessons can be learned from the latest attacks?
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Characteristics of today's prevalent...
DDoS has undergone a serious change in attack strategy. In previous years it was used a means of gaining hacking credibility in the underground, taking out competitors or just disrupting business normality or the industry.
However, a recent string of attacks has not followed convention, and is forcing security...
The arms race between cybersecurity vendors and determined adversaries has never been more heated. As soon as a new security tool is released, threat actors strive to develop a way around it. One advanced threat technique that is experiencing success is the use of fileless attacks, where no executable file is written...
DDoS extortion comes in many forms. Campaigns over the past three years have varied in their nature and continue to evolve over even the past few months. What lessons can be learned from the latest attacks? Dennis Birchard of Akamai shares insights on the attacks and the newest defenses.
Spear phishing is the common trigger to many of the most popular - and successful - targeted attacks. How can organizations improve their defenses to better spot - and stop - spear phishing?
Spear phishing and messaging-based threats tend to be the first attack vector that criminals are using today in targeted...
The browser is the window to the web. But what's going in the background during that browsing is opaque to most users. A new experiment shows how the computing power of tens of thousands of computers could be unknowingly harnessed to crack passwords, harvest cryptocurrencies or conduct DDoS attacks.