Three ways to overcome cybersecurity staff shortages
Given the shrinking cybersecurity talent pool and surge in cyberattacks, organisations must adjust their approach to managing their cybersecurity programs.
Radware and Spark sign cybersecurity partnership agreement
The partnership will provide application and network security for organisations in NZ, including those in banking, transport, health, and the public sector.
Radware and Spark NZ enter cybersecurity partnership
Radware and Spark NZ have signed a partnership agreement to offer application and network security services in New Zealand.
Malicious web application transactions skyrocket 500%
Radware, a provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, has released its first half of the 2023 Global Threat Analysis Report.
Radware solutions defend Israeli media website Rotter
Rotter, an Israeli media business, has expanded its Radware cyber security and application delivery solutions portfolio.
DDoS carpet bombing is coming in fast
Carpet bombing is one of those destructive techniques that has become a major concern for enterprises and service providers worldwide.
Week long, 20 wave DDoS attacks thwarted by Radware
A new generation of aggressive, layer 7 (L7), HTTPS Flood attacks, also known as Web DDoS Tsunami attacks, is disrupting the market.
The benefits of a native Kubernetes integration in application security
With the rise of Kubernetes as the de facto standard for container orchestration, many security solutions have emerged.
Radware improves DDoS protection with latest launch
Radware, a provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, has officially introduced a new cloud web DDoS protection solution.
Radware updates Bot Manager for Android, iOS mobile apps
The solution helps prevent nefarious bots from bypassing defences to gain unlawful access to native Android and iOS mobile applications.
Top 15 most active political and religious hacktivists groups revealed
"Modern-day hacktivism with its barrage of denial-of-service attacks is bolder, more determined, and more media-driven than ever before.”
DragonForce Malaysia attacks Israeli institutions: Radware
According to Radware cybersecurity advisory, DragonForce Malaysia has returned for the third year with operations targeting Israel, known as OpsPetir.
Radware walks away with two 2023 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards
Radware, a provider of cybersecurity and application delivery solutions, has announced that it is the winner of two 2023 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards.
Fashion show sparks over 70 DDoS attacks in Australia
Multiple Muslim hacktivists have targeted Australian infrastructure and private organisations following a controversial fashion show, according to Radware.
Terabit DDoS attacks are coming, are you protected?
Attackers continue to find new ways to flood target networks with massive-scale attacks that have grown exponentially and crossed the terabit attack rate.
Radware launches next-gen cloud application security centre
The addition of the new Israeli centre follows the rollout of facilities in Australia, Canada, Chile, Italy, New Zealand, Taiwan, and the United Arab Emirates.
The increasing presence of pro-Russia hacktivists
Pro-Russian hacktivists have moved beyond the basic denial-of-service scripts and crowdsourced attacks to more advanced and potent techniques.
Radware launches 'best-of-suite' offering for better cloud protection
For complete visibility and control, the suite combines the company’s best-of-breed application protection solutions in one platform.
Radware unveils lineup of high-capacity attack mitigation platforms
The DefensePro X lineup offers five new hardware platforms and one virtual platform with a wide range of DDoS protections.
Radware launches new series of attack mitigation platforms
The next-generation offering combines performance and DDoS protection with enriched usability and visibility to defend against increasingly sophisticated cyber threats.
DDoS attacks not only more frequent but more powerful - report
“The surge can be attributed in part to digitalisation, the war in Ukraine, and a long-tail of new vulnerabilities and exposed services driven by work-from-home remote access during Covid."
Killnet software given to pro-Russian hacktivists - Radware
Radware’s threat intelligence team has released a threat advisory about the Passion Botnet, a DDoS-as-a-Service the Passion Group is offering to pro-Russian hacktivists.
China-based threat group targeting public cloud - Radware
Radware has issued a threat advisory about a for-profit threat group from China known as the 8220 Gang, who has emerged in the New Year targeting public cloud environments.
Radware launches new cloud security centres in Australia and New Zealand
The facilities will reduce traffic latency as well as increase service redundancy and mitigation capacity to help customers defend against attacks.