Radware: Swiftly Stopping Web-Based DDoS Attacks

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A web-based DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack is a type of cyber attack that aims to overwhelm a website or web application by flooding it with a massive amount of fake or malicious requests. 

These can exhaust the target's resources, such as bandwidth, processing power, or memory, to the point where it becomes unresponsive or unavailable to legitimate users.

But how can you swiftly stop these kinds of attacks? Why are some traditional protections no longer good enough? And what can be done to potect your company from these threats long-term?

In this episode of the EM360 Podcast, Analyst Jonathan Care speaks to Uri Dorot, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Radware, to discuss:

  • Web-based DDoS attacks and the current threat landscape 
  • Why some traditional solutions aren’t good enough any more  
  • The magnitude and scale of modern cyberattacks 

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