Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) are essential to protect websites and web applications from cyberattacks. However, there are several common misconceptions about what WAFs do. Find out precisely what a WAF is, how it protects web assets, and which threats it can and can’t protect against.Read More
Online retailers are planning for a big Black Friday – but so are cybercriminals. In this article, Link11’s Security Operations Center describes how retailers can prevent DDoS attacks and keep their websites safeRead More
Bot traffic consists of any non-human interaction with your website and applications. While some bots are essential, others can cause serious damage and are hard to identify. To manage bot traffic, organizations need a bot management solution that can distinguish between good and bad bots in real-time with no human intervention.Read More
A typical organization with 1,000+ employees experiences over 500 bot attacks every day. While conventional tactics like WAFs and secure coding are ineffective, cloud-based solutions can identify bad bots in real-time and block them from accessing your website and applications.Read More
The ECJ has declared the Privacy Shield ineffective in its decision called "Schrems II". This means high barriers to data transfers to the USA. Even the standard contractual clauses can now only be used under certain conditions.Read More
Businesses can quickly mitigate DDoS attacks and minimize downtime using artificial intelligence and machine learning. Read nowRead More
Every third company in Germany became a victim of cyber-attacks in 2018. This is the result of the Cyber Security Survey conducted by the Federal Office for Information Security. In almost 90% of the cases, the attackers were successful and caused business interruptions. This, in turn, produced costs for forensic investigations and the restoration of IT systems.
Cybercrime is on the rise! Every year, more and more incidents are registered and with attacks becoming more complex and devastating, it is becoming even harder for organizations to keep up with cybercriminals. The damages caused by a cyber attack goes far beyond revenue loss.
Hermes Germany, the leading consumer delivery company, is using Link11’s cloud-native DDoS protection solutions to protect its IT infrastructure and web applications against distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.Read More
Major cyber-attacks continue to make headlines in the media and companies affected have very little time to react before the media, consumers, regulators law enforcement and financial analysts get involved. The consequences of these attacks can be devastating and range from reputational damage to lost revenue and recovery costs.Read More
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