Cloud WAAPs Are the Future of Application Security. But What Does That Mean?

Millions of Verizon FIOS broadband users vulnerable to hackers controlling and surveilling their home networks. Thousands of GPS watches whose maps were open to attackers tracking and eavesdropping on children and elderly ...
What Do Banks and Cybersecurity Have in Common? Everything.

What Do Banks and Cybersecurity Have in Common? Everything.

New cyber-security threats require new solutions. New solutions require a project to implement them. The problems and solutions seem infinite while budgets remain bounded. Therefore, the challenge becomes how to identify the ...
Top 12 Allot Blogs of 2018

Top 12 Allot Blogs of 2018

Top 12 Allot Blogs of 2018 With 2018 behind us, and 2019 picking up momentum, we thought you might be interested to see a list of the Top 12 Allot Blogs of ...
Six ‘Lessons Learned’ For Mitigating DDoS Attacks

Six ‘Lessons Learned’ For Mitigating DDoS Attacks

The world of DDoS is dynamic and evolving. So, when considering the most important features that a DDoS Mitigation should have, it’s always worth examining them in light of recent trends and ...
Protecting Sensitive Data: A Black Swan Never Truly Sits Still

Protecting Sensitive Data: A Black Swan Never Truly Sits Still

The black swan – a rare and unpredictable event notorious for its ability to completely change the tides of a situation. For cybersecurity, these nightmares can take the form of disabled critical ...
Defending Against the Mirai Botnet

Defending Against the Mirai Botnet

When attacks from the Mirai botnet hit the network in 2016, we all knew something was different. You could feel it. In a 31-day span, the internet suffered three record-breaking attacks; Brian ...
DDoS Protection is the Foundation for Application, Site and Data Availability

DDoS Protection is the Foundation for Application, Site and Data Availability

When we think of DDoS protection, we often think about how to keep our website up and running. While searching for a security solution, you’ll find several options that are similar on ...
Rate Limiting-A Cure Worse Than the Disease?

Rate Limiting-A Cure Worse Than the Disease?

Rate limiting is a commonly-used tool to defend against application-layer (L7) DDoS attacks. However, the shortcomings of this approach raises the question of whether the cure is worse than the disease? As ...
DDoS & 5G: The Bigger the Pipe, the Stronger the Threat

DDoS & 5G: The Bigger the Pipe, the Stronger the Threat

Two of the biggest hypes in telecom today are IoT and 5G. Everyone’s talking about them, planning for them, testing them, and even deploying them. IoT is here and 5G is definitely ...
8 Questions to Ask in DDoS Protection

8 Questions to Ask in DDoS Protection

As DDoS attacks grow more frequent, more powerful, and more sophisticated, many organizations turn to DDoS mitigation providers to protect themselves against attack. Before evaluating DDoS protection solutions, it is important to ...
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