Tag: DDoS

Networks & Systems

The Era of AI-Powered DDoS Attacks: A Threat to Digital Security

December 29, 2023

Via: Telecom Ramblings

In today’s interconnected digital landscape, cybersecurity threats continue to evolve at an alarming rate. One such threat that keeps security professionals awake at night is the rise of AI-powered DDoS attacks. These attacks combine the destructive power of distributed denial-of-service […]

Networks & Systems

Application layer DDoS attacks: What is a DNS flood?

February 21, 2023

Via: RCR Wireless News

During an application or Layer 7 distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack, a bad actor or actors exploit weaknesses in the layer of a website that interfaces between human input and the site’s technical backend. In Layer 7, there are two protocols […]

Networks & Systems, News

Nokia Deepfield: Network traffic stabilizes to 25% more than pre-coronavirus pandemic levels

June 9, 2020

Via: Fierce Telecom News

Nokia Deepfield’s latest report finds that as cities and states are starting to re-open, network traffic has started to stabilize. In its June 4, update, Nokia Deepfield found that peak network traffic has normalized at 25% to 30% above pre-COVID-19 […]

Networks & Systems

Dispersive Networks targets SD-WAN sector with its multi-path approach

May 13, 2020

Via: Fierce Telecom News

Self-proclaimed announcements of being a disruptor in the telecommunications industry have almost become table stakes for new entrants, but Dispersive Networks could live up to that billing. While Dispersive’s distributed networking technology has various use cases, it has drawn a […]