In our last blog post, we learned what the Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is, and examined the DDoS picture globally. As we walked through some recent and well-known cases, we also surveyed a range of attack types and drilled down to specific examples.
Addressing compliance requirements for monitoring and logging can be a challenge for any organization no matter how experienced or skilled the people responsible are.
In the world of globalization, technology is being capitalized in every walk of life. People are transforming their routine works into machine-based automated tasks. The same is happening in the case of cybersecurity.
While everyone prepares for the frights of Halloween, there’s a real evil lurking just out of sight—an imminent threat that grows stronger each passing day. And no amount of burning sage, sprinkling salt, or carrying garlic will ward off this threat.
Imagine the following scenario: you’re running a small corporate website, and suddenly, your service becomes unreachable, throwing a 503 (service unavailable) http error at your customers and website visitors. The irritated messages start flooding in to support.