Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks continue to rise in frequency and sophistication. DDoS-for-hire, hacktivism and geopolitical forces all play a role in the growing cyber threat landscape. In fact, according to Gartner, DDoS attacks will be used as the most common cyberattack type in the coming years.
Kaspersky has released a new report delving into the evolving threats targeting the Internet of Things (IoT) sector. The research uncovered a thriving underground economy on the dark web focused on IoT-related services, particularly for DDoS attacks. With IoT devices, such as routers and smart home components, projected to exceed 29 billion by
Cloudflare has announced that IBM Cloud Internet Services (CIS), powered by Cloudflare, has expanded its offering to include Cloudflare Bot Management, now available to help enterprises on the Enterprise Premier Plan address and combat the growing threat of malicious bot traffic. Cloudflare and IBM Cloud have been working together since
Cloudflare has announced its 2023 Q2 DDoS report. This report includes insights and trends about the DDoS threat landscape as observed across the global Cloudflare network. The DDoS landscape: a look at global patterns The second quarter of 2023 was characterized by thought-out, tailored and persistent waves of DDoS attack