• eBook: Cyber Security is the Board’s Business

    Board members have a fiduciary responsibility to establish and govern business policies and practices that drive a company’s financial performance and growth. But do they have a comprehensive view of the company’s defense posture to assure they are a conscientious steward of the business?

    In this eBook, Board members will discover why they need to be concerned about cyber security and how to get more involved.
  • The Imperva Global Bot Traffic Report

    Malicious intruders, like the DDoS Boss, are swarming the internet leveraging bad bots to launch large scale distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, leaving a trail of hacked websites and downed services. This annual Imperva Incapsula Bot Traffic Report, provides statistical analysis and insights into how non-human bot traffic is trending over the years, and how you can take back your online business from such automated attack campaigns.
  • Cyber Security Board Oversight: Taking Ownership of Cyber Security Risks

    Enterprise-level cyber security solutions require more than just technology and employee training; they require the top-down involvement of everyone within the organization, including the Board of Directors. Getting buy-in from a Board of Directors is not always easy, however.

    In this eBook, CEOs and CIOs will discover new ways to educate their Board of Directors and get them onboard with their cyber security.
  • DDoS Response Playbook

    This handbook provides you with a practical guide for planning and executing a DDoS response plan. It outlines pragmatic steps and best practices for choosing and setting up the right mitigation solution for your organization, how to authoritatively respond to an attack, and conduct a thorough post-attack analysis for developing follow-up defense strategies.
  • Interview with Executive Allan Tessler: Corporate Directors Must Be Involved in Cyber Security

    A corporate board needs to be responsible for ensuring that an organization’s intellectual assets as well as customer information are protected. Customer data is one of the primary sets of information that needs to be safeguarded from hacking and invasion because of the potential mal-use of that information. Read this short Q&A to learn why it’s important for corporate directors to understand cyber security risks.
  • Four Steps to Defeating a DDoS Attack

    Hackers, criminals, and political ""hactivists"" have increasingly turned to Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks to disrupt access to or even take down legitimate Websites. This white paper describes DDoS attack methods such as powerful DDoS attacks originating from servers and new, advanced application DDoS attacks. It then lays out four simple steps that organizations can undertake to mitigate DDoS attacks.