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The “Biggest Cyber Attack in History” May Not Have Broken the Internet, This Time, But DDoS Attacks can Break a Business
Date:4/5/2013

the heels of all that noise, hopefully it will be enough to grab some business owners, managers and executives by the collar and shake them into the realization that a successful DDoS attack could have devastating consequences for their business, with far-reaching repercussions that will not only affect them, but could also seriously affect their clients and vendors as well.”

How can businesses protect themselves for DDoS attacks?

“As with most aspects of cyber security,” Caruso explained, ”the first thing to realize is that there is no such thing as a fully automated, foolproof piece of software or hardware that will protect against every kind of cyber attack, and DDoS attacks are certainly no exception. To be truly effective, there has to be a human element in the loop. It’s like a self-driving car. They may be right on the money every single time on a controlled test track, but when things switch to a live-fire environment, we just don’t have anything yet that could be trusted to decide between hitting a mailbox or a pedestrian in an emergency situation where a real choice with real consequences must be made. Our DDoS protection solutions work on the same principle, automate everything possible, but keep real people, extremely knowledgeable and competent people, in the loop to determine and implement the best course of action should an actual emergency present itself.”

“Our cloud-based DDoS protection solution combines the best of the automated world with the best of the human world. We don’t rely on purpose-built DDoS mitigation devices to stop all attacks. Instead, we leverage years of real-world experience in dealing with DDoS attacks and give our clients a protection system that keeps them safeguarded by coordinating their web traffic through geographically dispersed nodes that not only protect them from DDoS attack
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