August 22, 2017

The DDoS Education Series Part 4/4: The Overwhelming Scope of DNS Floods

The DDoS Education Series Part 4/4: The Overwhelming Scope of DNS Floods The first two instalments of this series covered TOS Floods and SYN Floods, while last […]
August 1, 2017

The DDoS Education Series Part 1/4: You’re Going to Need a Bigger Boat: Staying Afloat Against TOS Flood Attacks

Welcome to the first in a series of four blog posts that examine the most significant types of DDoS attacks, why they pose threats, how to […]
July 19, 2017

How Israel’s Tech Experience Can Protect “Smart Cities”

What can cities worldwide learn about urban network security from Israel’s technology and expertise? As civic infrastructure has become more connected and cities have become “smarter”, […]
June 4, 2017

Why has DDoS become a powerful menace?

How the Internet of Things turned DDoS into a monster and how to slay the beast By Arthur Zavalkovsky, AVP Product Management and Strategy, Allot Service […]
March 22, 2017

IoT Security at RSA: Whose Job Is It Anyway?

With 15 keynote presentations, more than 700 speakers across 500+ sessions, over 550 companies on the two expo floors, and a record number of 43,000 attendees, […]
February 7, 2017

The EC MIRACLE for Online Child Protection

Security threats and online protection is a subject close to our hearts and hence we have been looking at it from different angles on our blog. […]
March 3, 2015

More “Things” than People

Is it possible that there are more people at MWC this year? I think so. Two main points to prove the case. First, Barcelona traffic was so bad this morning, we got off the bus one kilometer before the Grand Fira and walked the rest of the way. And we probably got there much sooner!
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