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About David Bloxberg

David Bloxberg
David Bloxberg

David Bloxberg is a veteran tech industry communicator working at the forefront of networking and cybersecurity. Trained as a journalist, Bloxberg began his career with Knight-Ridder, Associated Press, and Los Angeles Times, where he honed his skills as a researcher and storyteller.

As the tech sector heated up in the late 90s, he moved into marketing for top firms including Nortel Networks, Sun Microsystems, Infinera, HP, and Fujitsu. Delving deep into technologies for telecommunications, servers, and storage, as well as rapidly evolving digital communications channels and practices, he gained a valuable perspective on the tech marketing ecosystem.

Since the early 2000s, Bloxberg has led the online presence for A10 Networks as webmaster, senior marketing manager, and SEO strategist. His team of writers, producers, and developers builds, curates, and publishes content supporting A10 Networks solutions and educating customers about topics in networking and cybersecurity such as server load balancing, IPv4 exhaustion/CGNAT, and DDoS attacks and defense.

While Bloxberg’s job description focuses on marketing priorities such as demand generation, website management, and brand marketing, his true passion is helping make the digital world a little more understandable, secure, and rewarding for all.

Recent Posts By the Author

January 11, 2023

This Month in Ransomware: Hospitals and Patients Affected

Ransomware Attack Wrap-up for December 2022 In December 2022 we saw ransomware cyberattacks on many industries including healthcare, education, manufacturing, finance, technology, media,…

December 20, 2022

2022 Ransomware Attacks and Evolution of Data Exfiltration

Ransomware is one of the most sophisticated and feared attacks in the modern threat landscape. A specialized form of malware, ransomware is designed…

December 15, 2022

DOJ Charges Six for DDoS-for-hire Services, Kills 48 Sites

The websites hosted “booter” or “stresser” services On December 14th, the Department of Justice (DOJ) took control of 48 websites providing "booter" or…

December 12, 2022

10 Data Breaches that Fuel CISO Nightmares

The Chief Information Security Officer vs. Data Breaches These are challenging times for the chief information security officer (CISO). As cyberattacks become more…

August 9, 2022

The Log4j Exploit and Botnets

Of all the security issues that have appeared over the last few years, none has had the impact of the Log4j exploit. Also…

July 7, 2022

The Rise of Botnet and DDoS Attacks

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks have become an everyday or, some might argue, an hourly problem. Using a variety of techniques, a…

June 1, 2022

Top Cyber War Techniques and Technologies

In our article Cyber Warfare: Nation State Sponsored Cyber Attacks, we discussed the nature of warfare in the virtual world of the internet…

May 17, 2022

Cyber Warfare: Nation State Sponsored Cyber Attacks

What is Cyber Warfare? The internet has changed how we view and interact with the world in a remarkable number of ways. Unfortunately,…

February 3, 2022

Zero Trust Architecture: 5 Reasons You Need It

Security in the Real World People living in small towns usually know all their neighbors so hardly anyone locks their doors. But for…