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The evolving DDoS threat landscape and innovative protection strategies for Education Security Professionals

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The evolving DDoS threat landscape and innovative protection strategies for Education Security Professionals



Educational Institutions face a host of challenges and concerns. The DDoS attack landscape is evolving with effective techniques to take down networks and applications that attackers are constantly developing and refining. Such attacks include: encrypted DDoS attacks, carpet bombing and burst attacks as well as others. In the face of these increasing threats, more sophisticated and advanced protection is needed.
According to Radware’s annual Global Application and Network Security Report, education security professionals must overcome three primary obstacles: ensuring availability of online services, safeguarding sensitive student and faculty data, and lack of resources or expertise to manage complicated protection strategies.

In this special 45 minute webinar, Radware shared:

  • The new ways attackers are launching massive DDoS attacks
  • How our views on security should evolve to face new, more sophisticated attacks
  • Considerations and strategies to ensure full protection from any DDoS attack

Presented by Radware

Presenter:
Eva Abergel, Solution Expert, Radware

And to answer all your technical questions during Q&A, Eva will be joined by:
Steve Dikshteyn, Systems Engineer, Radware

Hosted by:
Chris Pappas, Regional Sales Manager, Radware
Nikki Peever, Director Cybersecurity Program, CAUDIT


View the recording and presentation slides
For CAUDIT Members only

Radware contact details

Name: Chris Pappas
Email: christopherp@radware.com
Phone: +61 406 382 393

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Start Date

17 May 2022

End Date

17 May 2022

Time

04:00 - 05:00

based on your local time

Location

Online Via Zoom

Cost

Free

Event Type

webinar

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