Is My Smart Home Telling People What I Do Every Day?

2017 will forever be known as the year that the smart home started to take off.  Researchers estimate that Amazon has sold over 15 million Echo devices  to date. Plus, Google has sold another 5 million Google Homes.  The overall smart home market is expected to grow to over $50 billion by 2022.  Already 1 The post Is My Smart Home Telling People What I Do Every Day? appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Create Trusted IoT, become the King of Sweden?

Internet of Things (IoT) devices continue to become more and more prevalent in our daily lives.  Alexa gives us the daily news, smart agricultural sensors help farmers optimize yield, and connected sensors can monitor your pet’s movement and sleeping patterns.  All told, IoT is expected to become a $500 billion market by 2022, r the The post Create Trusted IoT, become the King of Sweden? appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Small and Medium Businesses in the Spotlight for Hackers

The question isn’t big or small business.  It’s valuable or not valuable data. There is a common misconception among both businesses and service providers and it goes something like this: Small and medium businesses are not the focus of hackers these days, this is a large enterprise problem. The myth goes on that hackers must be focused The post Small and Medium Businesses in the Spotlight for Hackers appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Could Your Local Car Dealer, Bank or Doctor’s Office be Next?

What do local car dealers, hospitals and banks all have in common? At first glance, not much. However, all of them have become recent hacker targets. Why now when other, much larger corporate entities have traditionally been targets? One word – resources. Their resources, both network and personnel, are stretched thin. With the increased complexity and The post Could Your Local Car Dealer, Bank or Doctor’s Office be Next? appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Enterprises are asking for help to protect their data. Here’s the answer service providers should provide.

Big. Small. Public. Private. Government. Retail. B2B. Non-profit. Hackers don’t care about the size or purpose of the organizations they attack. They’re bombarding networks all over the globe with sophisticated multi-vector DDoS attacks, looking to grab any data from which they can profit. Enterprises admit they are unprepared to defend against these sophisticated attacks. A The post Enterprises are asking for help to protect their data. Here’s the answer service providers should provide. appeared first on Radware Blog.
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The Changing World of Service Provider CPE (Part 2)

For Service Providers, Universal Customer Premise Equipment (uCPE) is getting more interesting every day.  IHS Market analyst, Michael Howard, said in a recent SDxCentral article that “the uCPE phenomenon is an almost perfect storm of five trends, whether it is white box, grey box, or more proprietary. This new uCPE market is The post The Changing World of Service Provider CPE (Part 2) appeared first on Radware Blog.
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