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Denial of Service Attacks Research

  • Stopping application layer DDoS attacks: What you need to know

    Sponsored by: TechTarget Security

    While a DDoS attack can be damaging to any organization, DDoS attacks specifically at the application-layer can be more ominous. Understanding these attacks are the first step to keeping your organization protected. In this e-guide, explore how DDoS is being used, what you can do to stop them, the future of the web threat landscape and more.

  • The real need for distributed denial-of-service protection: How to stop DDoS attacks

    Sponsored by: TechTarget Security

    This expert E-Guide discusses the immediate need for DDoS protection services and what you put at risk by not protecting your organization today. Uncover how these attacks work, the damage they can cause and best practices to stop them.

  • Akamai Shields Leading Retailer from Ddos Attacks During Critical Holiday Shopping Period - and Protects $10 Million in Revenues

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    In this case study, learn how one online retailer was able to maintain online operations and protect $10 million in revenue by implementing Akamai’s DDoS Defender Security Solution and utilizing Akamai Intelligent Platform to deflect and reflect malicious attacks.

  • Cisco CleanAir Technology

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Watch now to learn how you can balance anywhere, any device, any time access with the policy controls you need and also offering a high-quality end-user experience.

  • The Business Case for Managed DDos Protection

    Sponsored by: Neustar®

    This whitepaper provides a snapshot of the evolving DDoS threat, provides guidance on what to look for in a managed DDoS solution and presents a financial cash-flow analysis scenario of an investment in a managed DDoS protection service.

  • State of DNS Availability Report

    Sponsored by: Verisign, Inc.

    This domain name system (DNS) availability report illustrates the risks and impact that site downtime can have on revenue generation, business continuity, customer loyalty and more.

  • Threat Analysis: Understanding and Combating DDoS Attacks

    Sponsored by: Dell SecureWorks

    This analysis focuses on the types of attacks generally referred to as distributed denial-of-service, or DDoS, attacks. DDoS attacks are most often used to extort or damage businesses whose websites or online assets are a major source of revenue, are an indicator of brand value, or are critical to operations.

  • Approaches to Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Protection: A Cost Analysis

    Sponsored by: VeriSign, Inc

    Do you know what a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack might cost your organization? This white paper defines DDoS, examines the elements that make up a DDoS protection solution, and compares three different approaches to DDoS protection. Read this paper to learn how to ramp up protection and reduce costs.

  • Threatsaurus: The A-Z of Computer and Data Security Threats

    Sponsored by: Sophos UK

    Whether you're an IT professional, use a computer at work, or just browse the internet, this book is for you. We tell you the facts about the threats to your computers and to your data in simple, easy-to-understand language.

  • The Cybercrime Arms Race

    Sponsored by: Kaspersky

    Read this white paper and find out how cybercrimes have become so pervasive and how these sophisticated attacks work. Discover today's cybercrime techniques and how to recognize them.

  • Methods, Motivations, and Mitigation of Insider Threats

    Sponsored by: VeriSign, Inc

    This white paper takes a closer look at the real impact of insider threats. From the motives and means, to types of insider attacks and best practices, learn more about how this complicated criminal behavior is impacting enterprise today.

  • Targeted Cyber Attacks

    Sponsored by: GFI Software

    Cyber attack is the name given by (usually sensationalist) articles and documents describing crimes that occur in a virtual world as opposed to tangible attacks such as war.

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