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IoT Security: ROI Model Guide

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TCP Reflection Attacks: Then and Now

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We recently published a blog post about the rise in TCP reflection attacks throughout 2019. The public was able to observe the reflection campaign’s targeting of different verticals because the criminal(s) behind the attacks are leveraging public infrastructure as their refractors.  Ultimately, we published our insight into these campaigns because of their impact on both […]

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Edge Computing, 5G & IoT: Risks and Opportunities for Service Providers

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Service providers are undergoing a technological revolution in the name of agility. They’re transforming computing infrastructures to gain service dexterity, provide new and improved applications to digitally native consumers in an app-driven world and deliver interactive content delivery services to new generations of customers who demand them. The overarching goal? Leverage automation and a new […]

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Sharpening the Edge

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Remove the Full System Care PUP

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Full System Care PUP is a potentially unwanted program that states it scans Windows for Malware/Pup Threats, ways to Enhance System Performance, System/User Software Related issues, and Startup/Uninstall and User Items. When Full System Care scans a computer it will list a variety of detected issues, but state that you need to first purchase a […]

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5G, Security, IoT, and ROI: Some Assembly and Automation Required

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The current 5G commercialization wave has already moved the needle in terms of providing 5G users with access to new services. While this is only the beginning, communications service providers (CSPs) must still validate the business models when rolling out new services to ensure they deliver a positive cash flow. For example, CSPs must validate […]

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Threat Alert: TCP Reflection Attacks

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Throughout 2019, Radware’s Threat Research Center (TRC) and Emergency Response Team (ERT) have been monitoring and defending against an increasing number of TCP reflection attacks. TCP reflection attacks, such as SYN-ACK reflection attacks, have been less popular among attackers until recently. The lack of popularity was mainly due to the wrong assumption that TCP reflection […]

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Cloud-Native Application Security Challenges

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Application security has historically taken a back seat to application delivery. Traditional IT security teams view themselves as gatekeepers; they must do their jobs correctly or their organizations face increased risk. They incorporate high security standards into every operation, but achieving these standards takes time, testing and iterations. Development teams fret because this slows application […]

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Consistent Security Meets Continuous Deployment on Azure

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It wasn’t that long ago when applications were monolithic pieces of software and updating them required a formal software release. Most businesses released updates once or twice a year— a very agile company might update once a quarter.  But as cloud computing evolved, a revolution began in software development. Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) became the […]