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GUEST OPINION: Australia is progressing steadily with an open banking rollout. The Big Four banks – CBA, Westpac, ANZ and National Australia Bank – introduced open banking in July 2021, and other banks and financial services are expected to follow in 2022. According to many fintechs, however, the introduction is going slower than expected, and they are pushing financial markets to open their banking services online by signing additional data holders.

Published in Guest Opinion
Tuesday, 11 January 2022 15:26

Why cybercrime will continue to flourish in 2022

GUEST OPINION: Cybercrime flourished in 2021, and there are no signs of a slowdown in 2022. There are several factors behind this high-confidence prediction.

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The discovery of a way to spoof an IP address over TCP and a method to send requests to closed ports in a communications service network could both be potential vectors for a spate of DDoS attacks in future, the cyber security firm Kaspersky says.

Published in Security

The number of distributed denial of service attacks on educational institutions in Russia has more than doubled in September this year, coinciding with the start of the new school year, a security firm claims.

Published in Security

GUEST RESEARCH: Radware, a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, has published results from its Q3 DDoS and Application Attack Report.

Published in Guest Research
Wednesday, 27 October 2021 06:20

UK voice over IP providers again hit by DDoS attacks

A number of UK and international IP-based communications services have been affected by a distributed denial of service attack, according to the industry body, Comms Council UK.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

COMPANY NEWS: Radware today launched new encrypted protection capabilities as part of its DDoS protection solution.

Published in Security

GUEST INTERVIEW: Daniel Smith is the Head of Research at Radware, and he joined me for a discussion on understanding cyber criminals, DDOS attacks, security conferences, ransomware, the pandemic, hacker groups and much more - and it's no teddy bear's picnic.

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GUEST INTERVIEW: Daniel Smith is the Head of Research at Radware, and he joined me for a discussion on understanding cyber criminals, DDOS attacks, security conferences, ransomware, the pandemic, hacker groups and much more - and it's no teddy bear's picnic.

Published in Security

Hybrid infrastructure solutions provider Inap is to deploy Radware's Cloud WAF Service and Cloud DDoS Protection Service to organisations worldwide under the companies' newly expanded collaboration.

Published in Deals

In its latest DDoS Attack Report, security vendor Radware says blocked DDoS attack volumes during the second quarter of 2021 were up more than 40% year-on-year.

Published in Security

GUEST RESEARCH: An in-depth survey of hacktivists by Radware has revealed new information on their activities. The data security specialist says that while some well-established threat actors are carrying out major ransomware attacks that capture news headlines, other cyber actors warrant companies' close attention.

Published in Guest Research
Tuesday, 15 June 2021 11:07

Fancy Lazarus enters DDoS game, says Radware

Security vendor Radware has warned that a DDoS extortionist group calling itself Fancy Lazarus is mounting a campaign.

Published in Security

While DDoS attack numbers held fairly steady from the previous quarter of 2021, attack volumes escalated dramatically, a report from Radware has disclosed.

Published in Guest Research

According to Radware' Q1 DDoS Attack Report, the number of attacks fell marginally compared with the previous quarter, but attack volumes rose by nearly one third.

Published in Security

Global content delivery network Akamai has released software for running vaccination registration websites, with Vaccine Edge claimed to provide the needed delivery, security and waiting room logic.

Published in Health

Ransomware gangs have shown themselves to be an innovative lot, incorporating more and more tactics as they look to extort money from their victims and this trend will continue into the new year, a veteran researcher of this brand of malware says.

Published in Security

Recent reports identified the US Cyber Command as being responsible for the temporary neutering of Trickbot, but it seems other organisations assisted.

Published in Security

Ransomware gangs appear to have added another tool to their arsenal in order to extort ransoms from their victims, with some using distributed denial of service attacks to pile on the pressure.

Published in Security

Content delivery network Akamai says it has mitigated the largest packet per second distributed denial of service attack recorded on its platform, with the attack generating 809 million packets per second and targeting a large European bank.

Published in Security

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