Paul Nicholson, Author at A10 Networks
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June 24, 2020

About Paul Nicholson

Paul Nicholson brings 24 years of experience working with Internet and security companies in the U.S. and U.K. In his current position, Nicholson is responsible for global product marketing and strategy at San Jose, Calif.-based application networking and security leader A10 Networks. Prior to A10 Networks, Nicholson held various technical and management positions at Intel, Pandesic (the Internet company from Intel and SAP), Secure Computing, and various security start-ups.


All posts by the Author

June 24, 2020

AWS hit by Largest Reported DDoS Attack of 2.3 Tbps

Attack Shows it is Imperative for a DDoS Zero-Trust Approach and Continued Diligence We have reached another milestone with the largest Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack on record being reported by Amazon Web Services (AWS) at 2.3 Tbps in Q1 2020. This surpasses the last record attack by a whopping 70 percent. The previous…

March 19, 2020

Security in a Multicloud Environment

Vigilance and Responsibility Required for Multicloud Secure Application Delivery As companies leverage a multicloud strategy to improve IT operations and provide better services to their customers, they can’t afford to overlook the implications for security. This is especially true with the emergence of a new paradigm to run multiple disparate compute environments for application delivery.…

January 31, 2020

Managing Multi-cloud Chaos

Survey reveals the paradox organizations have solving multi-cloud challenges As the race to the cloud accelerates, both the benefits and the challenges of multi-cloud environments are becoming ever clearer. There is no question that multi-cloud deployments now play a foundational role in everything from internal business needs to digital transformation initiatives — but it’s also…

June 14, 2018

aFleX Tutorial

What is aFlex? aFleX is a scripting tool that is built into the Thunder Application Delivery Controller (ADC). aFleX is based on a standard scripting language, TCL, enabling the load balancer to perform Layer 7 deep-packet inspection (DPI). Information in the header or data portion of the packet can then be erased, changed or manipulated…