• DDoS attacks on universities normally performed by “disgruntled” students or employees

    The majority of distributed denial of service attacks on universities are made by students or employees, says the head of infrastructure services at the University of London

    Clare McDonald2,735 pointsBadges:
  • Most DDoS attacks hiding something more sinister, Neustar warns

    Smaller DDoS attacks can be more dangerous than a powerful attack that knocks a company offline but does not install malware or steal data, warns Neustar

    WAshford10,040 pointsBadges:
  • DDoS attacks hit three-quarters of global brands in 2015

    DDoS attack tactics evolve from single, large attacks, intended to take a website offline, to multi-vector barrages – but organisations are fighting back

    WAshford10,040 pointsBadges:
  • DDoS attacks openly on offer for $5 an hour, researchers discover

    DDoS attacks have become a commodity, and are available openly on professional services online marketplaces for as little as $5 an hour, say security researchers

    WAshford10,040 pointsBadges:
  • DDoS attack threat cannot be ignored

    Criminal activity has become the top motivation for distributed denial of service attacks as the average attack become strong enough to down most businesses – so taking no action is not an option

    ITKE434,495 pointsBadges:
  • DDoS attack size up 73% from 2015

    Distributed denial of service attacks continue to be popular with attackers, increasing in size, complexity and frequency in the first half of 2016, according to the latest global report by Arbor Networks

    WAshford10,040 pointsBadges:
  • UK second only to US in DDoS attacks

    Distributed denial of service attacks on UK organisations have eased from a peak in the fourth quarter of 2015, but the UK remains the world’s second most targeted country

    WAshford10,040 pointsBadges:
  • DDoS attacks on your DNS provider: Developing a response strategy

    Learn from DNS provider NS1's experience with a DDos attack. Expert Kevin Beaver has tips on developing a mitigation response for DNS outage in your own enterprise.

    Kevin Beaver21,300 pointsBadges:
  • DDoS losses potentially £100k an hour, survey shows

    DDoS attacks could expose 40% of businesses to losses of £100,000 or more an hour at peak times, a survey shows

    WAshford10,040 pointsBadges:
  • Anonymous targets Nissan in awareness campaign

    Car maker targeted by DDoS attacks in a campaign protesting against Japan’s resumption of whaling

    WAshford10,040 pointsBadges:

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