Throughout the next two years, organizations will continue to shift to the cloud and increase their investments in IT infrastructure and applications, in addition to machine learning, AI and automation
C-suite executives understand that leveraging new technologies can help their companies respond more agilely as market forces change.
There are several flavours from which to choose when selecting an effective DDoS mitigation strategy. Most enterprises opt for one of the cloud protection flavours (always-on or on-demand)
Organizations need an automated mechanism to ensure business continuity, by securing their cloud environment and aligning with cloud security best practices
The data sought by cybercriminals vary from one vertical to another, whether banking credentials, medical records, pricing information or confidential research, to name just a few
Protecting against excessive permissions, and quickly responding when those permissions are abused, becomes the foremost priority for cloud security administrators, says Radware Nikhil Taneja
Any journey from a physical data center to the cloud requires careful thought, education and investment in new capabilities to enable migration to the new environment.
As enterprises look to become more agile and move towards a DevOps and continuous testing, the need for microservices has grown manifolds
Organizations are adopting cloud-based DDoS defences and substituting them for their old, premise-based DDoS appliances. Nonetheless, there are still a number of reasons why you might want to keep that DDoS appliance around.
When selecting a bot mitigation solution, companies must evaluate the criteria such as power of attack detection, attack response and threat research to determine which bot best fit their unique needs.
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