The DDoS attack survival guide, 2013 edition

How botnets and application vulnerabilities have made DDoS attacks more damaging than ever before, and what you can do to fight back.

By , CSO |  Security, DDOS, insider

Google. Twitter. Government websites. Fortune-500 companies. All are victims of crippling distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. The attacks have grown in reach and intensity thanks to botnets and a bounty of application flaws. This collection of articles will bring you up to speed on how the threat has evolved and what you can do to better protect your organization.

UPDATED 3/12/2013 with full coverage of DDoS attacks against the banking sector.

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