DDoS Attacks Target Healthcare, Education Markets, Research Finds
Healthcare and education sectors remain favorite targets of multi-vector Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attackers, Comcast Business research found.
DDoS Cyberattack: Israel Government Websites Back Online
Distributed Denial-of-service (DDoS) cyberattack knocked numerous Israel government websites offline; the sites are now back online.
DDoS Attacks, Ransomware Target VoIP Service Providers
DDoS attacks hit multiple VoIP service providers — including Bandwidth, VoIP.ms, Voip unlimited & Voipfone. Here’s how MSSPs can mitigate DDoS attacks.
DDoS Attacks vs Financial Industry: SEC Chairman Warning
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) cyberattacks pose big threat to U.S. stock exchange & financial services, SEC Chairman Jay Clayton warns.
DDoS Hackers Overwhelm Targets with Bit-and-Piece Attacks
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) hackers have heavily shifted tactics toward bit-and-piece attacks, Nexusguard Q2 2020 Threat Report research says.
DDoS Attacks on New Zealand Stock Exchange Highlight Global Spike in ISP Assaults
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks rocked New Zealand’s stock exchange operator (NZX) for five days. Here’s a closer look at the NZX DDoS attacks.
GlobeNet Bolsters DDoS Mitigation Services
Latin American telecom service provider GlobeNet unveils the Anti-DDoS Gold mitigation service for international carriers & Internet service providers (ISPs).
Nexusguard DDoS Threat Report 2018 Q4: Key Takeaways
Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks are on the decline in terms of average & maximum attack size, a report from cloud security firm Nexusguard shows.
NTT Communications Adds Auto-Mitigation for DDoS Protection Services
NTT Communications unveils DPS Max, a Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) Protection Services solution that offers cyberattack detection & auto-mitigation.
DDoS Attacks Target UK Universities: Who’s Behind Them?
Nearly 200 UK universities have suffered 850 distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks in the current academic year. JISC wonders: Are students or staff may be behind the attacks?