Distributed Denial of Service attacks were once considered to be an IT problem. Now they reverberate and can cause significant brand damage that affects all organizational employees and customers.
Now is a great time to take a proactive stance and start security and risk conversations that rise to the very top of the organization. One of the biggest risks—which is becoming one of the most prominent conversations—is that of Distributed Denial of Services (DDoS) attacks.
In late 2014, Sony spent more than $170M on cleanup related to DDoS that crippled their networks and lasted over a month.
In 2015, Kaspersky Labs reported that a successful attack had a negative impact on the company’s credit rating and prompted an increase in insurance premiums.
Just recently, a small hacking collective by the name of ‘Vikingdom2015’ DDoSed and took offline Maine.gov, Nyc.gov, as well as Amazon’s Twitch.
Good thing there is a guide to better navigate the DDoS protection provider landscape to make the right decision, easier.
The SANS Institute—renown for being the most trusted source of computer security research—conducted an in-depth DDoS survey including companies across a diverse range of industries.
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Distributed Denial of Service attacks were once considered to be an IT problem. Now they reverberate and can cause significant brand damage that affects all organizational employees and its customers.
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