Radware news stories
Greater API usage raises concerns for protection - report
Radware has released its 2022 State of API Security report, which shows a rise in APIs, with 92% of the organisations surveyed significantly or somewhat increasing their usage.
Q1 DDoS and application attack activity reveals surprise result
The cybersecurity threat landscape in the first quarter of 2022 represented a mixed bag of old enemies and new foes. New actors dominated the DDoS threat landscape while application security faced tried-and-true attack vectors.
Radware, OneSecure to offer cloud app and DDoS protection
“OneSecure’s collaboration with Radware aims to strengthen the existing Webyith defacement solution with added application and API protection capabilities."
Radware expands partnership with eCommerce company
Radware has made a million-dollar deal with a leading, multinational eCommerce company, expanding its existing relationship with the customer.
NT selects Radware to improve telecom cyber defenses
National Telecom Public Company (NT) has chosen Radware to strengthen the cyber defences of its international telecommunications infrastructure.
How to modernise legacy apps without compromising security
At a time when digital transformation has become central to business, even the most important applications come with a ‘use-by’ date.
Radware announced launch of CNP spinoff SkyHawk Security
“We recognise the growing opportunities in the public cloud security market and are planning to capitalise on them."
Radware named Leader for application and API protection
“It is a reflection of our ability to innovate in key areas, such as automated API discovery, bot management, and behavioural-based ML algorithms."
Top eight DDoS attacks that organisations must avoid
Malware perils lurk in all directions, with DDoS attacks high on the danger list. In fact, early this year, Microsoft disclosed the largest DDoS attack ever recorded at 3.47Tbps.
Spark's Entelar signs distributor agreement with Radware
Entelar has signed a distributor agreement with cyber security and application delivery solutions provider Radware.
Resurgence of OpsBedil: Is hacktivism now on TikTok?
A new threat advisory from Radware details a resurgence of OpsBedil operations, which first made an appearance in 2021.
Radware introduces new API-based security solution
Radware has introduced a new API-based security architecture solution to help reduce latency and improve security.
Radware unveils industry-first terabit DDoS mitigation platform
"Supporting new technologies, while overcoming the significant rise in DDoS attack intensity, requires an advanced scrubbing platform."
Malicious web application attacks climb 88% - report
"Bad actors are getting smarter, more organised, and more targeted in pursuing their objectives whether that be for money, fame, or a political cause."
Radware announce major expansion plans in cloud security space
Radware has announced the acquisition of business from SecurityDAM, which is its DDoS scrubbing centres provider.
Why should we automate cloud apps – because hackers do
Organisations worldwide would be safer automating their cloud applications – because hackers do just that, says Radware.
How open banking benefits customers, banks – and cybercriminals
While open banking benefits banks, fintechs, and consumers, its promise to deliver innovative services and spur competition does not come without security cautions.
Why cyber crime will continue to flourish in 2022
Cybercrime flourished in 2021, and there are no signs that it will slow down in 2022. There are several factors behind this high-confidence prediction.
Why the biggest cyber-attacks go undetected
Data breaches and cyber-attacks are not singular events. They are an ongoing process with multiple steps.
Radware notes huge uptick in DDoS attack blocking in 2021
Radware’s director of threat intelligence, Pascal Geenens, says in the first nine months of 2021 there were more blocked attacks than there were in the entirety of 2020.
Radware adds DDoS protection against low-volume flood attacks
"The impact of phantom flood attacks should not be underestimated. They can cause major disruption to the customer experience when they go undetected."
How cloud-native tech will impact 5G mobile networks
While 5G communications delivers benefits for communication service providers (CSPs), the new technology also presents challenges in security and cost.
10 Minute IT Jams
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Radware examines the DragonForce threat group's hacktivism campaigns
Today we speak to Radware's head of research, Daniel Smith, to discuss the DragonForce threat group.
INAP selects Radware for DDoS protection and cloud web application security services
Radware’s North America vice president Bob Simpson says that there has been a rapid shift to cloud - and more sophisticated cyber attacks to go with it.