Pulse Wave DDoS Attacks Threaten Businesses With Hybrid Mitigation Strategies

Pulse Wave DDoS Attacks Threaten Businesses With Hybrid Mitigation Strategies

Does your business host its website and other digital services with in-house servers? Do you use a DDoS mitigation appliance to detect malicious traffic and activate a cloud-based failover solution in the event of a DDoS attack?

If you answered "yes" to both questions, hackers have invented a new type of DDoS attack that could really ruin your day.

Exploring DDoS Attacks

Exploring DDoS Attacks

Modern web servers are extremely fast and highly resilient. They have the ability to deliver data anywhere in the world in the blink of an eye. What they don't have, though, is the ability to deliver data to an infinite number of users simultaneously. If enough users request data from the same server at the same time, the server will stop processing requests efficiently.

Top Technology Headlines – Security Edition

Top Technology Headlines – Security Edition

At a time in which corporate network administrators feel safer than ever -- what kind of security concerns should a company be focused on when most employee computers run their applications in the cloud? -- this month's edition of our "Tech Headlines Digest" underscore the reality that no computer security solution works 100 percent of the time, and how you can most efficiently prepare yourself and your internal IT systems.

The Massive DDoS Attack of October – Post Mortem

The Massive DDoS Attack of October – Post Mortem

October is known to have its share of scares, with Halloween kicking off the holiday season youngsters and the young-at-heart alike. But the United States had a scare of a different type on October 21st related to a massive DDoS attack directed at Dyn, an Internet infrastructure company headquartered in New Hampshire.