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Backup lessons from a cloud-storage disaster

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European’s largest cloud provider, OVHcloud, suffered a catastrophic fire last month that destroyed one of its data centers and smoke-damaged a neighboring one. OVHcloud customers with data in the burned-out data cener who had their own disaster recovery measures in place or who purchased the off-site backup and disaster-recovery services offered by OVHcloud have been […]

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3 Security ‘Disconnects’ That Need To Be Addressed

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Osterman Research recently conducted an in-depth, international survey of security-focused decision makers and influencers in large organizations. Our goal was to understand the seriousness of various security issues and what organizations are doing to address them. We conducted the survey in North America, Latin America, Europe and several countries in the Asia-Pacific region across a […]

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Protecting APIs & Securing Applications So Business Can Thrive

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Happy New Year! How about we start it with a quick pulse check? Does your organization have the desired visibility into application security events? Can you enforce consistent application protection across multiple platforms? How many APIs are you using and which data do they handle? Is application security well integrated into your continuous deployment pipeline? […]

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Announcing Refreshed & Updated Cloud Infrastructure Protection

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The world of cloud security is changing, and Radware’s products are changing with it. We are excited to announce the re-naming of Radware’s Cloud Workload Protection Service (CWP) to Radware Cloud Native Protector. When we originally launched this product in late 2018, the primary focus of cloud security was to protect assets – workloads – […]

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The 10 Most Popular Blogs of 2020

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2020 was a year like no other. A pandemic gripped the globe, grinding life to a halt — and creating unprecedented opportunities for threat actors. Needless to say, we had plenty to write about. Below, we recap our ten most popular blogs of 2020. 1. How Can You Protect What You Can’t See? Radware’s 2019-2020 […]

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Public Cloud Down Again? Predictions for 2021.

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I thought we had heard the end of availability issues last year (see my blog from last year). After all, reliability and having enough processing horsepower to keep applications available across failures is one of the big benefits of migrating to the cloud or developing applications natively in the cloud. But NO. This year, the […]

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What Does a Unified Security Strategy in the Public Cloud Look Like?

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Salesforce’s Sahil Khanna, Director of Product Management for Infrastructure and Application Security, spoke with Radware’s Bill Kim in the latest episode of Radware Exchange Live about what a unified security strategy in the public cloud looks like. Watch the clip below to gain insight about security and availability challenges in the public cloud, the rate […]

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Deploy and Scale DDoS Protection in the Public Cloud

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Until today, companies worried if their DDoS attack protection was powerful enough to absorb and protect against different sizes of DDoS attacks. Now, they can exhale with relief. Thanks to new developments in AWS — the Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB)– companies can enjoy our DDoS protection for their public cloud workloads at scale and without […]

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Security Challenges for Healthcare Providers

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Healthcare providers require applications and online services to streamline processes, manage patient data and cut costs. The growth of online services and web-based content introduces new challenges, including managing and securing large volumes of patient data and 24×7 access to critical applications to ensure a quality experience for users. As healthcare organizations transition to electronic […]

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Why You Should Reconsider DDoS Mitigation from Public Cloud Providers

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Your cloud provider may blackhole YOU when under attack. Blackholing is a technique to mitigate DDoS attacks by discarding incoming or outgoing traffic silently (hence the name black hole). Service providers are using black holing to mitigate DDoS flood attacks by discarding excessive traffic destined for specific IP addresses under attack. The problem? It discards […]