The State of DDoS Weapons, Q2 2019
DDoS attacks continue to grow in frequency, intensity and sophistication. However, the delivery method–using infected botnets and vulnerable servers to perform these attacks–remains the same. That said, we are seeing some new attack threats on the horizon in IoT and 5G. Read on to learn more. Where DDoS Attacks Are Originating Although DDoS weapons are… (0 comment)

The Stock Market Doesn’t React Well to Data Breaches
The latest data from UK-based research firm, Comparitech, shows that organizations who suffer a data breach continue to suffer in the stock market well after. After a data breach, there are many costs incurred by organizations attempting to clean up the mess. Investigations, communications, public relations, legal fees, and customer notifications are just some of… (0 comment)

Cybersecurity Remains a Top Priority During M&A Diligence
M&A is no longer just about revenue, assets, and intellectual property; many organizations are increasingly worried about cybersecurity posture and risk, requiring appropriate diligence. When organizations merge with or acquire another company, it’s also taking on the cybersecurity posture (good or bad) of that company. In some cases, organizations within an industry filled with regulations… (0 comment)