Hackers & Companies Agree: Data is Lucrative

Protect Sensitive Information with a Cyber-Resilient Business

Read the 2016–2017 Global Application & Network Security Report by Radware’s Emergency Response Team

Hackers and companies agree on one thing: data is lucrative. Attackers want to steal it and companies must secure it. Cyber criminals use ransomware to lock up data or DDoS attacks that act as a smoke screen to deceive security teams and steal this digital bounty. With IoT botnets opening the 1TBps floodgates and new risks from Mirai rewriting the rules, preparing for ‘common’ attacks is no longer enough. The chasm between company preparedness and cyber-attacks has never been greater because security strategies evolve more slowly than they should.

Radware’s latest report identifies major attack trends, examines industry preparedness and gives insider views from the frontlines to the corner office.

Understand the real cost of attacks and build a cyber-resilient business

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Ransom attacks will only get worse. Learn how to prepare

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