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Radware: DDoS amplification attacks increasing, evolving

As DDoS attacks continue to evolve, planning for DDoS attack prevention and mitigation has become a critical business priority. Radware's Daniel Smith offers advice.

Artificial intelligence creates 'self-learning attackers'

Companies should look past the myths and hype of artificial intelligence to discover its real potential, for good and bad.

6 reasons hackers target businesses: Is your organization in the line of fire?

Cyberattacks are increasing, and your organization may be making itself a high-profile target for attackers, according to a Radware report.

Cyberattacks growing in number — and in financial damage inflicted

There are many facets to the damage that successful cyberattacks cause on organizations. Everything from issues of privacy (with regards to user data being stolen) to intellectual property theft can fall under the umbrella of post-incident analysis. One of the biggest issues for many companies, as one would guess, is the monetary cost of dealing with a major cyberattack. From the downtime that causes work productivity to come to a full-stop to damage that requires an expenditure to fix, the financial impact can be massive.

Federal shutdown inviting major cyberattack in U.S., experts say

Experts are concerned that the ongoing partial government shutdown is leaving the United States wide open to risk of major cyberattacks, because those manning U.S. security systems aren't working.

Average cost of a cyberattack passes $1 million

The average cost of a cyberattack is now estimated at $1.1 million, according to a new report from cybersecurity company Radware. For organizations that calculate rather than estimate the cost of an attack, that number increases to $1.67M.

Government Shutdown Puts U.S. at Major Hacking Risk, Cybersecurity Experts Warn

While President Donald Trump cites a “security crisis at our southern border” as a reason for the longest government shutdown in American history, cybersecurity experts are warning citizens that the federal freeze has put the U.S. at a significant risk for both short and long-term cyberattacks.

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