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  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) for DDoS Mitigation Why Automation and AI are Critical in DDoS Mitigation In recent years, the volume and severity of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks have risen exponentially. The potential business consequences […]
  • Bad Bots How To Protect Your Business Website from Bad Bots Every organization understands the threat posed by DDoS attacks. It is 2020, after all. DDoS flooding attacks against big name brands […]
  • Bot Management What is Bot Management (and What Does it Do?) In recent years, organizations worldwide and across all industries have been forced to develop and maintain increasingly tight controls to protect […]
  • Bot Traffic Bot Traffic: What You Need to Know Over the last few years, bot traffic has become a massive headache for organizations across all industries. While bots themselves are nothing new, […]
  • Bot Website-Blocking How and Why You Should Block Bots on Your Business Website When you think about cyberattacks, you probably imagine a hooded hacker sitting in a darkened room and typing furiously […]
  • Captcha What is Captcha and how does it work? CAPTCHA is a popular security mechanism that is often used to protect against spam on websites. Almost everyone has had to deal […]
  • Carpet Bombing In IT, the term Carpet Bombing refers to an overload attack (DDoS) in which an enormous number of small requests overload a system. The problem: Due to the small requests, […]
  • Cloud Computing Cloud computing refers to a technology in which various IT services are provided and used via the Internet, for example, storage space, computing power, and software. Instead of operating these […]
  • Credential Stuffing Cyber attacks have become an omnipresent threat in the age of the Internet and digital identities. One method gaining popularity and poses significant risks for online users is so-called “credential […]
  • Crypto Mining Crypto mining, also known as cryptic mining or cryptocurrency mining, is the process of validating and adding new transactions to a blockchain network and generating new units of a cryptocurrency. […]
  • Cryptography Cryptography refers to the science and practice of encrypting and decrypting information. The goal of cryptography is to encrypt data using various methods and techniques so that it is protected […]
  • Cyberattack A cyberattack is a targeted attempt to penetrate computer systems, networks, or digital devices with the intention of stealing, damaging, manipulating, or compromising data. These attacks are often carried out […]
  • Cybersecurity What does Cyber Security mean? By definition, cyber security refers to all measures required to protect the digital layers of a company. This includes computers, mobile devices, servers, other electronic […]
  • DDoS attack What is a DDoS Attack? A DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack attempts to overwhelm an Internet-connected asset with the aim of making it unavailable to legitimate users. It does […]
  • DNS amplification attacks What are DNS Amplification Attacks? DNS amplification attacks are a version of distributed denial-of-service attacks (also known as DDoS). These DNS amplification attacks use DNS servers as amplifiers. The attack […]
  • DNS Server A DNS server (Domain Name System server) is an important part of the Internet that serves to convert human-friendly domain names into the corresponding IP addresses used by computers and […]
  • DoS, DDoS and RDoS DoS, DDoS und RDoS – What is the difference? The three terms DDoS, DoS and RDoS look very similar at first glance and also have many things in common, but […]
  • Doxing “Doxing” (also spelled “doxxing”) is the practice of collecting personal and private information about an individual without their consent and publishing it on the Internet. This typically includes names, addresses, […]
  • HTTP and HTTPs HTTP and HTTPS: What is the difference? The HTTP and HTTPS protocols are important for communication on the Internet and are therefore terms often encountered while browsing the net. But […]
  • IP address An IP address (Internet Protocol Address) is a unique numeric identifier assigned to each device or machine on a computer network. This address is used to identify devices that use […]
  • IP fragmentation attacks IP fragmentation attacks – how do they work? To understand IP fragmentation attacks, it is important to understand IP fragmentation first. IP communication is used to exchange data packets on […]
  • IP Routing IP routing is an essential process in computer networks. In short, it is the method by which networks route data packets from a source to their destination within an IP […]
  • IT Compliance Compliance in IT is a fairly complex subject. It refers to the observance of legal, regulatory and industry-specific rules and regulations that affect the handling of information, data, systems and […]
  • Load Balancing Load balancing is a technique that aims to distribute the workload evenly among multiple resources such as servers, processors or network connections. The main goal is to use the available […]
  • Machine Learning Machine learning is a subfield of artificial intelligence (AI) that deals with the development of algorithms and models. These enable computers to learn from experience and perform tasks without having […]
  • Open Source The term “open source” refers to software or technology where the source code is freely available to the public and can be collaboratively edited, improved, and shared by a community […]
  • Original - Virtual Private Network (VPN) VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. It is a technology that establishes a secure and encrypted connection to a private network via a public network. It is, therefore, as if […]
  • OSI Model - Network Layer What is a Network Layer? (OSI Model Explained) In the cybersecurity world, threats are often described as targeting a specific layer. But what does that actually mean? The idea of […]
  • OWASP Top 10 OWASP stands for “Open Web Application Security Project” and is a global non-profit organization focused on improving web application security. OWASP aims to create awareness for that type of protection […]
  • Patch A patch is a software update or small program designed to fix errors (also called “bugs”) in a software application or operating system. Patches are also used to add new […]
  • Pentest Pentest: How does it work? In the field of IT security, a penetration test, or pentest for short, is a desired, commissioned test for vulnerabilities in IT infrastructure. As such, […]
  • Phishing What is Phishing? Phishing is a cyberattack in which fraudsters use fake communications, such as e-mails, text messages, or websites, to steal personal information from bona fide users. The main […]
  • Privacy Shield The Privacy Shield, also known as the EU-US Privacy Shield or EU-US Privacy Shield Framework, was an agreement between the European Union (EU) and the United States (US). It was […]
  • Proxy A proxy is a server that acts as an intermediary between an end device, such as a computer, and the Internet. When a device establishes an Internet connection via a […]
  • Ransom DDoS What is Ransom DDoS? When cybercriminals combine a DDoS attack with a ransom demand, this is known as a ransom DDoSDDoS attack (RDDOS). The damage in such a case can […]
  • Ransomware Ransomware: A Tool for Cyber Blackmail Blackmail by anonymous cybercriminals is an acute threat to companies of all sizes. Hackers also target administrations and government authorities. Only a comprehensive approach […]
  • Ransomware/DDoS combined attack DDoS attacks as a dangerous smokescreen Distributed denial of service attacks is currently on the agenda throughout Europe. However, due to the current situation, such attacks are no longer only […]
  • Scrubbing Center A scrubbing center (also called a traffic scrubbing center) is a type of facility or service used in information and network security. It filters out malicious traffic from a network […]
  • Secure CDN What is a Secure CDN and How Does it Work? In recent years, there’s been plenty of hype surrounding CDNs. Once the exclusive domain of huge digital service providers like […]
  • Secure DNS What is Secure DNS and Why Do I Need it? Secure DNS infrastructure is an essential component of any cybersecurity program. Unfortunately, DNS exploits get far less media attention than […]
  • Single Sign-On (SSO) Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication technology that allows users to log in once and access multiple applications, services, or systems.   SSO is designed to improve user experience, increase security, […]
  • Spoofing The concept of spoofing focuses on the deception of true identity or origin by an attacker to impersonate another person or entity. This deceitful technique can be applied at different […]
  • SYN flood attack A SYN flood attack is a form of Denial of Service (DoS) attack in which the attacker attempts to disable a server or network by overloading it with SYN packets. […]
  • Virtual Private Network (VPN) VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. It is a technology that establishes a secure and encrypted connection to a private network via a public network. It is, therefore, as if […]
  • WAN (Wide Area Network) A Wide Area Network (WAN) is a network that covers a large geographical area. It is used to connect various smaller networks, such as Local Area Networks (LANs) or Metro […]
  • Zero Trust Zero Trust marks a new way of thinking in IT security. With this IT security approach, the focus is on protecting the boundaries of the company. Here, the focus is […]