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Carl Herberger has gone from protecting his country on the battlefield to protecting his customers in cyberspace. As the Vice President of Security Solutions at Radware, Carl is very committed and passionate about security and that comes through very clearly in our interview. In our discussion, Carl provides an overview of all of Radware’s products, and then focusses on some of the unique aspects of their security products – including their “Under Attack” crisis service.
Like today's craftier attackers, Radware's new offering takes a targeted approach to blocking DDoS attacks on AWS and Azure applications.
Many discussions about the cloud center around the direct benefits businesses gain by using it, elements that are mostly hidden from consumers. There’s a good reason for that – the cloud offers a number of improvements when compared to local hosting – but only considering internally visible advantages means missing out on the bigger picture.
The debate has stirred up again. Talk of wiretapping and government spying has spurred another bout of privacy versus security. Internet of Things (IoT) devices have raised suspicion that strangers are listening to us or watching us using everything from TVs to toys.
It’s a tough business opportunity for nefarious actors to pass up. Cybercriminals launching DDoS attacks average a profit of around $18 per hour, Kaspersky found, while the company targeted can lose thousands — or even millions — of dollars.
Despite 39 percent of businesses suffering an SSL-based attack in 2016, only 25 percent feel confident in their ability to deal with one according to a new study.
Some companies continue to spend on older technology, leaving gaping holes in their network.