5 Simple Tips to Make Strong and Robust Business Continuity Plans

By Vibhav Agarwal / November 17, 2016

Business Continuity Plans Today’s organizations need comprehensive and robust business continuity planning for swift and effective action in case of a disaster or crisis. As the trade and supply chain have gone global, businesses today expect crisis response to be

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Key Takeaways From Dyn’s DDoS Attack

By Kayla Matthews / October 28, 2016

DDoS Attack Takeaways  If you tried to access some of the world’s most popular websites, such as Twitter, Spotify, CNN, Netflix and The New York Times last Friday, you may have run into some trouble. Millions in the U.S. and

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The DDoS Attack That Shook The World

By Josh Hamilton / October 27, 2016

DDoS Attack: Update 2 6 days after the DDoS attack that rocked the internet to its core, Dyn have released detailed analysis of the attack and further details have emerged. The attack has been confirmed to have been the largest of

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The Managed DNS Industry

By Steven Job / October 26, 2016

Managed DNS Industry  The SaaS industry has been going through a major shift in just the last few years, which is redefining how platforms are designed. System and network administrators are demanding all-in-one platforms for a variety of management tasks. The

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Update: Timeline of the Massive DDoS DYN Attacks

By Josh Hamilton / October 21, 2016

DYN DDOS Timeline This morning at 7am ET a DDoS attack was launched at Dyn (the site is still down at the minute), an Internet infrastructure company whose headquarters are in New Hampshire. So far the attack has come in

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The DDoS That Came Through IoT: A New Era For Cyber Crime

By Steve Prentice / October 13, 2016

A New Era for Cyber Crime Last September, the website of a well-known security journalist was hit by a massive DDoS attack. The site’s host stated it was the largest attack of that type they had ever seen. Rather than

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Security and the Potential of 2 Billion Device Failures

By Scott Andersen / September 14, 2016

IoT Device Failures I have, over the past three years, posted a number of Internet of Things (and the broader NIST-defined Cyber Physical Systems) conversations and topics. I have talked about drones, wearables and many other aspects of the Internet

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Google Cloud Functions – Development Tool

By Jennifer Klostermann / February 10, 2016

Google Cloud Functions  Similar to the popular Amazon Web Services (AWS) tool Lambda, the Google Cloud Platform has released its own service allowing developers to set up functions which are triggered in response to specific events – Google Cloud Functions.

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A New CCTV Nightmare: Botnets And DDoS attacks

By CloudTweaks / January 28, 2016

Botnets and DDoS Attacks There’s just so much that seems as though it could go wrong with closed-circuit television cameras, a.k.a. video surveillance. With an ever-increasing number of digital eyes on the average person at all times, people can hardly

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Battling With Bandwidth – Average Cost of DDoS Attack Was $40,000 An Hour

By Jennifer Klostermann / October 23, 2015

High Cost of DDoS Attacks Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks involve the use of multiple compromised systems, often infected with a Trojan, to target a single system. The array of compromised systems flood the resources or bandwidth of their

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