Disputes relating to politics, religion, and ideology are often at the root of attack campaigns intended to disrupt the online capabilities of governments, companies, communities of interest, and individuals. This was especially apparent with DDoS attacks in the first half of 2022.
Join us for a webinar with Michael Daniel, CTA President & CEO, and Richard Hummel, Senior Manager Threat Intelligence, as NETSCOUT presents findings from the latest DDOS Threat Intelligence Report and does a deep-dive into the geopolitical attacks and their impacts around the world:
• Russia, Ukraine, and the ripple effect
• Asia Pacific tensions and DDoS attacks
• Consider both local and international conflicts when assessing DDoS risk factors
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Author: Cyber Threat Alliance
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