You Need a New Approach to Stop Evasive Malware

Evasive malware has become a key threat to businesses’ sensitive data. Stealing and selling sensitive data on the Darknet is a lucrative business for hackers, who increasingly rely on evasive malware to penetrate corporate networks. A study by Verizon found that over 50% of data breaches involve the usage of malware in some capacity. Indeed, The post You Need a New Approach to Stop Evasive Malware appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Rethinking the Scrubbing Center

In the past five years, we have watched a rapid evolution in both sophistication and scale of DDoS attacks.  Long gone are the days of the traditional Denial of Service (DoS) attack.  Now, threat actors use massive IoT botnets to enslave millions of devices into global scale DDoS attacks.  They confuse defenses by launching short The post Rethinking the Scrubbing Center appeared first on Radware Blog.
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5 Questions to Ask About DDoS Pricing

DDoS protection pricing is all over the map, and can get fairly complex. However, there are a few key questions to ask in order to make sure you’re not paying too much. As DDoS attacks grow more frequent, more powerful, and more sophisticated, many organizations turn to DDoS mitigation services to protect themselves against attack. The post 5 Questions to Ask About DDoS Pricing appeared first on Radware Blog.
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4 Ways Rate Limiting is Losing You Business

Using rate limiting for website protection has significant drawbacks when it comes to your business. Here are four ways rate limiting is costing you money, and what you can do about it. There’s no point in being coy about it: if you use rate limiting to protect your website, then you’re probably losing business because The post 4 Ways Rate Limiting is Losing You Business appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Is Your DDoS Cloud Signaling Just Blowing Smoke?

Many DDoS vendors claim to have cloud ‘signaling’ capabilities between on-prem detection and cloud scrubbing centers. In practice, many of these marketing claims only pay a lip-service to true hybrid signaling. These three questions will help you assess whether your cloud signaling is just blowing smoke. More and more organizations today are adopting a hybrid The post Is Your DDoS Cloud Signaling Just Blowing Smoke? appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Securing the CDN Part III: Thinking Outside of the Edge

Previously we looked at increasingly popular multi-CDN strategies, and how best to secure them. This part takes a broader look at CDNs in general, and how bringing back your security from the ‘edge’ can improve the overall security of your web applications. As we explained in the first part of this series, Content Delivery Networks The post Securing the CDN Part III: Thinking Outside of the Edge appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Protecting the Multi-CDN Part II: Approaches for Securing the Multi-CDN

Bringing back your security from the ‘edge’ of the CDN has many advantages – particularly in multi-CDN deployment scenarios. We take a look at the various deployment models for creating a centralized security protection layer, and when each should be considered. In the first part of this series, we discussed some of the unique security The post Protecting the Multi-CDN Part II: Approaches for Securing the Multi-CDN appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Protecting the Multi-CDN Part I: The Security Challenge of Multi-CDN

Adopting a multi-CDN approach can be great for performance, but can also create some complex security challenges. Using a Content Delivery Network (CDN) to accelerate content delivery has been common practice for many years. In fact, it is rare nowadays to find a website which does not employ a CDN to enhance webpage performance. Increasingly, The post Protecting the Multi-CDN Part I: The Security Challenge of Multi-CDN appeared first on Radware Blog.
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