Link11, a leading IT security vendor based in the DACH region, has today announced the appointment of Jesper Permerud as the new Regional Director, Nordics & Baltics, tasked with establishing and growing Link11’s presence in Northern Europe.Read More
Strong growth: Link11 wins the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Award Germany for the fourth time.Read More
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
Link11, one of the leading IT security providers in Europe fighting cyber-attacks on the basis of a machine learning process forming the subject of a patent application, is preparing for further international expansion and strengthening its management team with the appointment of Rolf Gierhard as Vice President Marketing.Read More
In the course of Infosecurity Europe 2018, Link11 surveyed more than 200 IT professionals, hosting providers as well as IT solution providers and came to the alarming conclusion that the DDoS threat in the UK is still taken far too lightly.Read More
The Link11 DDoS protection is a core service on the Link11 Cloud Security Platform and fulfils the extensive quality criteria of the BSI.
Following the announcement by British Airways that the details of 380,000 payment card details and other personal data had been stolen from its website, Link11 stated that the breach could have been prevented with the use of a correctly-configured web application firewalling (WAF) to protect the website.Read More
New Link11 DDoS Report for Q2 2018 reveals DDoS attack volumes increased to an average 3.3 Gbps and nearly half are multi-vector, as attackers increasingly strike outside of normal business hours.
Established DACH-based anti-DDoS solution vendor enters UK market; appoints Aatish Pattni as Regional Director for UK and IrelandRead More
With the rise in innovation and Artificial Intelligence (AI), businesses among all sectors heavily increased their investments in AI-based technologies in recent years. Moreover, Artificial Intelligence was referred to as a “general-purpose technology” by Harvard Business Review in 2017, implicating that AI will impact every industry to a certain extent. Cybersecurity industry being on the forefront of adopting and deploying AI, however, is undisputed among industry observers.
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