Following the string of unprecedented high-profile DDoS attacks last year, the first quarter of 2017 has been quieter in comparison. A 23% decrease in the number of attacks was detected January through March, but the average peak attack size increased
Too many companies aren’t yet doing enough to protect their brand and their customers from cyber attacks. From phishing, to distributed denial of service attacks, and even domain name system spoofing, cyber attacks increase in creativity and severity each year.
The digital landscape is littered with bad actors looking to take down your website and steal your business from every corner of the globe. Motivated vandals are planning attacks and outages that could cost as much as $100,000 per hour
Social media phishing—also known as angler phishing and twishing—is the next new thing to hit your consumers. With companies communicating with customers online more and more, through social media sites like Twitter®, Facebook®, and Instagram, it’s no surprise cyber criminals
A 2015 attack on a major broadband provider in the UK exposed the personal information and bank details of 4 million subscribers. Included in the pilfered information were names, addresses, birth dates, phone numbers, email addresses, and credit card numbers—basically
In today’s digital world, businesses are constantly searching for ways to ward off cyber criminals at every turn. This applies to media companies too, with reputations to protect and assets to secure. All over the world, companies are facing domain
Distributed Denial of Services (DDoS) attacks continue to be complex and unpredictable, frequently requiring human intervention and expertise, in addition to technical safeguards, to mitigate. In 2016, our partner, Verisign®—a global leader in network infrastructure who manages two of the
The average peak size of DDoS attacks has increased by 82% since Q3 2015. The number of phishing attacks in Q3 2016 shattered all previous records. The largest distributed denial of service attack in the same quarter peaked at 620
Today’s digital world requires safety and security measures to ward off cyber criminals at every turn. Around the globe, cyber crime reached an all-time high in 2016, which is a clear message that data breaches aren’t just a possibility anymore.
The new year came with new security updates to the Google® ChromeTM browser (Chrome 56). Beginning January 2017, Chrome 56 marks HTTP pages as not secure in an attempt to make the Internet more secure, while alerting users to security