In a recent State of DDoS Weapons Report for H2 2020, which covers the second half of 2020, researchers saw an increase of over 12% in the number of potential distributed denial of service weapons available on the internet, with a total of approximately 12.5 million weapons detected. So how can organizations defend against this common and highly damaging type of attack?
A Gallup poll says that Americans are more likely to say a household member has had their personal, credit card or financial information stolen by computer hackers, than report being victimized by any of eight other forms of criminal activity.
With ransomware and distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on the rise, the average number of focused cyberattacks per organization has more than doubled this year compared to the previous 12 months.
More than 80 percent of organizations that have been impacted by a data breach have introduced a new security framework and 79 percent have reduced employee access to customer data, according to new benchmark data.