When mainstream code exploits and data infiltration fails, some hackers resort to a different form of cyberattack. Distributed Denial of Service (or DDoS) attacks are often deployed by individual hackers, organized crime rings, and select agencies that are looking to cause critical network disruptions and generic operational chaos.
It’s easy to know when you’re in the midst of a 500,000-instance botnet traffic storm, but detecting an impending one is a different matter altogether.
Recognize the Threat No Matter How Small the Traffic Increase
The ADAPTURE cybersecurity experts lay out how to recognize impending threats and what to do if you’re already under attack in this free guide to DDoS attacks. Is your organization prepared with a threat detection and response plan?
“The third quarter 2020 e-commerce estimate increased 37.1 (±2.1%) from the third quarter of 2019 while total retail sales increased 6.9 percent (±0.4%) in the same period.”
The United States Census Bureau
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