Our papers on Denial of Service (DoS/DDoS) protection have just published. Together with Patrick Hevesi, our newest team member, we have updated and expanded our DDoS coverage.
- “DDoS: A Comparison of Defense Approaches” is our flagship DDoS document that states that “distributed denial of service attacks have risen in complexity, bandwidth and number of occurrences targeting enterprises. Organizations must architect their defenses with both cloud and on-premises defenses along with integrating DDoS responses into the current incident response process.” Now the document features much more vendor/provider coverage and updated architecture guidance, as well as more content on modern attacks and defenses.
- “Blueprint for Mitigating DDoS Attacks and Protecting Data Centers and Hybrid Cloud” is a quick document that “defines a DDoS defense architecture for enterprises with a mission-critical website or e-commerce site and that have multiple ISPs connected into their data centers and corporate centers, and that use public IaaS.” This document features a sample DDoS defense architecture using cloud and on-premise components.
Others posts announcing document publication:
- My UPDATED “SIEM Technology Assessment and Select Vendor Profiles” Publishes
- My UPDATED “Security Information and Event Management Architecture and Operational Processes” Publishes
- Our “Selecting Security Monitoring Approaches by Using the Attack Chain Model” Publishes
- My Blueprint for Designing a SIEM Deployment Publishes
- My Evaluation Criteria for Security Information and Event Management Publishes
- My Threat Intelligence and Threat Assessment Research Papers Publish
- My Updated Vulnerability Management Practices Paper Publishes
- My Security Solution Paths Published: Threats and Vulnerabilities
- All My Research Published in 2013
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