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Press Releases from DDoS-GUARD (4 total)

DDoS-GUARD will support the Eurasian Network Operators Group

ENOG13 will bring together more than 200 representatives of telecommunication services providers and related businesses to discuss topical issues in the market. This year DDoS-GUARD is a Bronze sponsor of one of the main events for the telecommunication service providers - the conference of the Eurasian Network Operators Group (ENOG), which is held by RIPE NCC. This year it takes place in St. Petersburg on 23 and 24 of May 2017.

DDoS-GUARD protection solutions were represented at the exhibition in Tokyo

Apart from the exhibition that comprised more than 500 booths, the guests were able to participate in the thematic seminars including the ones devoted to the problem of Internet security and DDoS attacks in particular. The presentation of DDoS-GUARD services was conducted by our Japanese partner and integrator company NICHIEI INTERNATIONAL INCORPORATED. RISCON Security & Safety Trade Expo is supported by the governmental industry-specific ministries of Japan and the

DDoS-GUARD has launched a new customer panel with access to traffic statistics

Not only fresh and nice design is among the panel features, but also the opportunities that used to be available only by contacting our technical support. The panel comprises access to traffic statistics of protected object, heatmap that represents incoming requests on a world map, and a list of blocked IP addresses. In other words, from now on a customer has an opportunity to watch the process of data handling

UDP Flood attack volume increased by 71%

Hackers activity has decreased significantly, but they became more violent. Such a conclusion was reached by DDoS-GUARD experts after analyzing the statistical data for the 2nd quarter of 2016. When it comes to quantitative indicators, the last quarter can be marked by significant quantitative decline. The number of detected DDoS attacks is 57% lower than in the previous quarter and equals to 12583. But don’t get excited too soon, as