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5G
How cloud-native tech will impact 5G mobile networks
While 5G communications delivers benefits for communication service providers (CSPs), the new technology also presents challenges in security and cost.
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10 Minute IT Jams
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Radware examines the DragonForce threat group's hacktivism campaigns
Today we speak to Radware's head of research, Daniel Smith, to discuss the DragonForce threat group.
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DDoS
INAP selects Radware for DDoS protection and cloud web application security services
Radware’s North America vice president Bob Simpson says that there has been a rapid shift to cloud - and more sophisticated cyber attacks to go with it.
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DDoS
Increase in DDoS extortion campaigns and hit-and-run assaults
"The window between the disclosing and weaponising of new vulnerabilities is getting very slim."
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Internet of Things
Five tips to protect against IoT search engines targeting vulnerable devices
Internet of Things (IoT) search engines present both good solutions and serious risks of weaponised exploits.
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Data breach
Beware the top three blind spots that precede cloud data breaches
The ability to correlate individual events/alerts over time into an attack ‘storyline’ can help mitigate major cloud security blind spots.
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DDoS
Warning: Fancy Lazarus DDoS extortion group resurfaces
"This is the first time we are seeing the bad actors selectively target organisations and favour those with unprotected assets for their ransom letters."
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Cloud
DDoS attack report finds attack volumes up dramatically
The DDoS attack report analyses attack activity by industries, attack vectors, DDoS attacks on applications and on-premise versus cloud.
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Cloud
DDoS attack volumes on the rise - report
By the end of 2020, the extortionists started circling back to earlier victims who did not pay ransom in earlier attempts, reusing their attack research.
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DevOps
Why DevSecOps must strive for effective enforcement measures
Threats to applications go beyond exploiting code and logic vulnerabilities which are already more than enough to analyse and cope with.
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GDPR
Five things ANZ businesses should know about storing customers’ data
Businesses need to correlate events intelligently across multiple threat surfaces, application layers, and time spans to connect event A, to event B, to event C — even if they are months apart.
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Cybersecurity
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Radware VP on the challenges of cloud security
In this interview, Techday speaks to Radware vice president of technologies Yaniv Hoffman, who discusses the primary challenges facing IT organisations in terms of their cloud security apparatus.
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Cybersecurity
Addressing the challenges of least privilege access
Enforcing the right privilege policies across the environment with the right visibility and observability will ensure that the policy mandates hold tight against any behaviour changes.
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Malware
IoT botnets: Perspectives from a residential router
Surprisingly, a vast volume of malicious traffic can reach a residential device, writes Radware head of research Daniel Smith.
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DevOps
Four reasons why application delivery is critical to DevOps
Selecting an application delivery solution that maximises automation and integrates into an existing DevOps environment is critical, writes Radware senior security solutions architect for APAC Yaniv Hoffman.
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Cybersecurity
How Bitcoin could impact the cyber-threat landscape
Bitcoin's escalating valuation has made some criminal organisations and malicious individuals very wealthy. The impact of this growth in wealth may have a severe impact on the future threat landscape.
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App development
App security not keeping up with rapid development — Radware
“With more than 70% of respondents reporting that their production apps have already left the data centre, ensuring the security and integrity of these data and applications is becoming more challenging, particularly in multi-cloud environments.”
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Cloud
DDoS ransom attacks flare up again after brief hiatus
The second wave of attacks in December and January targeted organisations that were hit the first time and did not respond or pay the ransom.
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Cybersecurity
How to protect applications across multiple clouds
While web application firewalls (WAFs) play a critical role in protecting applications, deploying and managing a WAF can be complicated and require ongoing refinement of security policies.
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Remote Working
The future of work: the hybrid workforce
While COVID-19 forced us into the ‘remote work’ or ‘no work’ ultimatum, there have been surprising benefits, writes Radware chief marketing officer Anna Convery-Pelletier.
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Cybersecurity
Top security tips for online shoppers
Shoppers should follow these tips to guard against being cheated and defrauded when shopping online. 
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DDoS
The retailer safety guide for the world of online shopping
Are you an online retailer? This guide details the threats that you need to be aware of to keep safe in the biggest ever year of online shopping.
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Cybersecurity
Why 2021 will be the year of catch-up
The transition to remote work and new online contactless business models is not temporary and is affecting the future strategy on how organisations invest in cybersecurity, writes Radware vice president and managing director for EMEA and LATAM, Rob Hartley.
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DDoS
Radware expands DDoS prevention support for AWS
e are pleased to support Radware as they integrate their DefensePro Virtual Appliance for AWS with AWS Gateway Load Balancer,” says AWS spokesman.