Why Your Firewall Needs a Multilayer Inline Solution for DDoS Protection

Deploying a multilayered inline solution stops your firewall from becoming the weakest link in your network security during massive DDoS attacks, and keeps critical network services running. Firewalls and intrusion prevention systems (IPS) have become a standard in network protection, installed in every network. Although they have greatly advanced over the years in safeguarding against…

“Ignorance is Bliss” No Longer an Option When It Comes to Mobile Security for consumers

It is an accepted fact that, since the beginning of this decade, cyber-attacks on mobile devices have been growing rapidly, with no signs of slowing down. In fact the prevalence of Mobile-malware designed to infect smartphone operating systems and applications, grew over 300% in 2016. And yet, in the mindset of the consumer, attacks on…

ISPs Must Take the Wheel when Driving The IoT in Their Networks

From connected vehicles and vending machines to smart meters and wearables. The Internet of (connected) things (IoT) is promising to change our daily life as we know it, making it easier, better and more efficient. The recent massive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, however, disrupted some of the most popular Internet services like Twitter and AirBnB. Carried out using an army of IoT botnets, the attack raised alarm bells with service providers. It proved that besides the smart and cool experiences IoT devices can deliver, there is a big security risk that cannot be overlooked.