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Radware’s Emergency Response Team brings together findings from its global industry survey, Radware’s organic research, real attack data and customer stories to paint a picture of where we are and what security professionals can do.
These web application research piece uncovers the challenges that new technologies and rapid-fire application deployments are presenting, ascertains how organizations identify application-layer and API vulnerabilities, measures the impact that bots are having on organizations, how companies combat application-layer attacks (like those listed in the OWASP Top 10) and construct a security roadmap for today and tomorrow.
This short piece looks back at the evolution of botnets, identifies the different types and notable attacks leveraging them and how hackers are commoditizing them.
This piece outlines 12 reasons an ISP may not be able to provide full protection.
There are many reasons to marry DDoS and WAF together. A single pane of glass, a single vendor, better detection and mitigation. But it also helps ensure the customer experience in today's digitized world. Read this guide to find out why.
The upcoming GDPR regulations being launched in the European Union will have global implications. What are the GDPR privacy regulations, how will it impact organizations and cyber defenses, in addition to consumers? This piece by David Hobbs and Pascal Greenens explains all this and more.
Based on Radware’s annual survey of C-Suite executives, read this new research that reveals global trends, as well as intriguing perceptions and nuances among U.S. and European executives when it comes to cyber security.
SSL-based cyber-attacks are the posterchild for the idiom “a wolf in sheep’s clothing.” A cryptographic protocol turned enemy, SSL improves privacy and integrity, but can also create a blind spot in corporate defenses when hackers leverage it to mask cyber-attacks and malware.
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