ZENEDGE in the News

Daily News Reports from the Datacenter Journal: GOVERNMENT JOINS FINANCE AT THE TOP OF THE CYBERATTACK LIST

New research reveals that cyberattacks on the government sector doubled in 2016, hiking to 14 percent from seven percent of all cybersecurity attacks in 2015. Attacks on the finance sector also rose dramatically from just three percent in 2015 to 14 percent of all attacks in 2016. 

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Daily News Reports from the Washington Times: Mike Rogers, NSA chief, to Senate: Cyberattack on infrastructure ‘worst-case scenario’

By Dan Boylan  - NSA Director Adm. Mike Rogers, who also heads U.S. Cyber Command, warned Washington lawmakers Tuesday that America’s enemies in the cyberspace realm “have grown more sophisticated and assertive” — especially Russia — which is increasingly attempting to undermine democracies across the world through cyberattacks.

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Daily News Reports from the Jamaican Observer: Britain, Germany brace for pre-election cyber attacks

7 May 2017 -LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) – Britain and Germany were already beefing up cyber security ahead of key elections even before the hacking attack on France's Emmanuel Macron, months after Hillary Clinton was caught in the online crosshairs.Clinton recently reiterated her view that Russian hacking of her campaign's emails was partly to blame for her defeat in last year's US presidential election to Donald Trump.

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Daily News Reports from Consultancy.uk: Severe cybersecurity incidents cost shareholders billions, says CGI

Digitalisation comes with benefits, and pitfalls, for businesses. A new report highlights the cost of severe cybersecurity breaches on the share price of companies in the long-term, which average a  reduction of 1.8%. The research too finds that the long-term negative effect on share price is increasing, creating additional incentives for business owners and the executive to act to prevent breaches where possible. Continue reading here

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Daily News Reports from GCN: Getting power to the grid after a cyber attack

Getting power to the grid after a cyber attack By Kris Osborn Apr 17, 2017 

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BIZETY.com Reports: Market Insight: CDN. Edge Security. Infrastructure.ZENEDGE Posts Third Straight Quarter of Record Growth

Demand for cutting-edge bot detection and DDoS mitigation services has been growing in leaps and bounds in recent years, as the relentless arms race between hackers and cybersecurity researchers has bred a new crop of advanced cyberthreats. Recent, highly publicized hacking incidents have put the looming threat of further intrusions firmly on everyone’s minds. And, with the holiday shopping season in full swing, enterprises have been clamoring for cloud-based, turnkey cybersecurity solutions to thwart everything from DDoS attacks to malicious SQL injections.

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Benzinga Publishes Leon Kuperman CTO of ZENEDGE "The Art of Cyber War – Sun Tzu's Wisdom Still Applies 2,500 Years Later"

 Just recently I was fortunate enough to be able to contribute a post on TechCrunch called "From the streets to the street,"which discussed the changing landscape of terrorism and how criminal organizations and groups like ISIS are using cyber attacks, and how the future may evolve.

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