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Live webinar: DDoS high-volume vectors

How Memcached Reflection threatens IT security

Webinar topics in focus

The trend towards large volume DDoS attacks has grown massively since the appearance of memcached reflection attacks in the spring of 2018. The new high-volume vector by far exceeds the maximum attack volumes that were achieved in the past using reflected IoT attacks or DNS and NTP reflection/amplification. With an enormous amplification factor, Memcached reflection heralds the arrival of the terabit era, presenting companies with entirely new challenges in terms of their DDoS protection.

Speaker

Karsten Desler, CTO

Co-founder and managing director Karsten Desler’s responsibility at Link11 is the continuing technical development process. Patents have been filed for three features of his multi-award-winning Link11 DDoS protection solution. Apart from the continuing development of DDoS protection technology, his role encompasses system and network administration duties for the server hosting and CDN services. He co-founded Link11 GmbH with Jens-Philipp Jung in 2005, when he was still studying computer science.

Aatish Pattni, Regional Director UK & Ireland

Aatish Pattni is Regional Director, UK & Ireland for Link11.  He is responsible for Link11’s go-to-market strategy, sales and channel enablement in the region.  Prior to joining Link11, Aatish was Head of Threat Prevention for Northern Europe at Check Point, responsible for sales and development of the company’s threat prevention solutions.  He was also Commercial Director at Bytes Security Partnerships where he led business growth, client relationships and vendor strategy over a 10 years period. Aatish has a unique understanding of the challenges that customers face in blocking advanced cyberattacks, and of the impact of cybercrime on business.

Webinar details

Date: Wednesday, September 5
Time: 10:00 a.m. (BST)
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English

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