Cyber attacks are now a common news item, with high-profile organisations regularly having their Internet services taken offline by DDoS attacks. The Isle of Man Government web site was taken down only last week and the Home Office, MoJ and Information Commissioner's Office web sites have all fallen victim in the last year.
As a business continuity threat, DDoS needs be considered alongside other risks such as fire, flood etc, and risk management processes put in place accordingly. An organisation can protect its online services from DDoS attacks, but only if the right defence mechanisms are put in place. If we protect our online services from the DDoS threat then we can ensure that our customers, partner-organisations and employees can always make best use of the online resources our organisations provide.
Simply click below to download the latest DDoS best practice guide find out more about how to defend your organisation’s online services against DDoS attacks:
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