COMPANY NEWS: Radware, a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, today announced it has expanded its relationship with a leading, multinational e-commerce company in a million dollar deal.
GUEST OPINION: At a time when digital transformation has become central to business, even the most important applications come with a 'use-by' date. Left unchecked, legacy code inside these applications can become a hindrance over time, limiting DevOps teams whose job it is to innovate.
GUEST OPINION: Malware perils lurk in all directions with DDoS attacks high on the danger list. According to a recent company report, the number of DDoS attacks increased by 37% while DDoS attack volumes increased 26% between 2020 and 2021. In fact, early this year, Microsoft disclosed the largest DDoS attack ever recorded at 3.47Tbps.
Security vendor Radware's SecurePath is a new, cloud-based application security architecture for protecting applications deployed in multi- and hybrid-cloud environments, providing full application visibility and centralised security management.
Security specialist Radware is to pay $US30 million to acquire the business of SecurityDAM, which currently provides the company with DDoS scrubbing centres.
Global cloud security and content delivery network provider Akamai has opened a new scrubbing centre in Melbourne as part of its strategy to “outpace the growing scale” of DDoS threats.
Reverse proxy and DDoS protection provider Cloudflare says it will not stop providing services to the website 8chan, despite clear indications that the site hosts child pornography, pointing out that it does not have the ability to take content offline and has a process in place to tackle issues of this nature.
A new version of the BIG-IP network management software helps secure applications running on premises or in the cloud.
Global Internet performance and security company CloudFlare has expanded into Melbourne with deployment to NextDC’s M1 data centre.
F5 Networks sees DDoS attacks as the new spam, and - as with spam - multiple layers of defence are needed.
Denial of Service and network security vendor Arbor Networks has trumped competitors to win the Best of Show grand prize for security products at Interop, Japan’s largest internet technology event.
New Zealand web hosting and domain names provider Web Drive has selected Arbor Networks’ cloud DDoS solution to protect its own and customer networks from Distributed Denial of Service attacks.
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