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Can’t deny DDoS in 2024?

Your cybersecurity experts

Peter van Burgel

CEO AMS-IX

Lieuwe Jan Koning

Co-Founder and CTO ON2IT Group

Luca Cipriano

Threat Intel Specialist ON2IT

Can’t deny DDoS in 2024?

DDoS attacks are becoming increasingly more frequent, and there doesn’t appear to be any signs of slowing down.

If you’re looking for insights in the type of DDoS attacks that are being used, expert opinions on the best prevention and remediation and much more, tune in for this episode of Threat Talks. Lieuwe Jan Koning, Peter van Burgel and Luca Cipriano discuss the following hacks:

 

  • Mirai botnet
  • HTTP/2 rapid reset
  • Reflection and Amplification DDoS attacks

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Distributed-denial-of-service attacks, more commonly referred to as DDOS attacks, are malicious attempts to disrupt traffic of a specific server, service or network by overwhelming said target or its surroundings with an abundance of internet traffic. Think of it as an unexpected traffic jam clogging up the highway, preventing regular traffic from arriving at its destination.

DDoS attacks are becoming increasingly more frequent, and there doesn’t appear to be any signs of slowing down. Want to know how often these attacks really take place? On this page, you’ll find infographics on DDoS attacks in general, as well as three recent threats associated with DDoS attacks.

If you’re looking for insights in the type of DDoS attacks that are being used, expert opinions on the best prevention and remediation and much more, tune in for this episode of Threat Talks: Can’t deny DDoS in 2024?.

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