Webinar: Want to Combat the DDoS of Things? Use These Five Tactics

EDITOR'S NOTE: This webinar is now available to watch on demand. Register here.

The deluge of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks shows no sign of slowing. In the second half of 2016, DDoS attacks underwent an unprecedented swell in size, volume and scope.

REGISTER NOW FOR OUR DDOS OF THINGS WEBINAR

This DDoS bombardment was fueled by threat actors taking advantage of Internet of Things (IoT) devices to build massive botnets to launch mammoth DDoS attacks – some of which exceeded the 1 Tbps threshold for the first time on record.

This DDoS bombardment gave rise to the DDoS of Things (DoT), where threat actors take advantage of Internet of Things (IoT) devices to build massive botnets to launch mammoth, volumetric DDoS attacks.

The DoT is reaching critical mass — recent attacks have leveraged hundreds of thousands of IoT devices to attack everything from large service providers and enterprises to gaming services, media and entertainment companies.

DDoS protection and mitigation is now a must-have if you hope to withstand this barrage of sophisticated attacks.

Register now for a live A10 Networks webinar (Thursday, March 30 at 8 a.m. PST/11 a.m. EST), “5 Tactics to Combat the DDoS of Things,” to hear how to actively defend against IoT-fueled DDoS attacks.

In this exclusive webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Why you’re already at cyber war
  • What Mirai can teach us
  •  How to improve your DDoS mitigation plan
  • How to dynamically respond to attacks
  • The importance of cost-effective scale

Join A10 Director of Cyber Operations Dr. Chase Cunningham, A10 Senior Product Marketing Manager Don Shin and A10 Senior Corporate Systems Engineer Tarun Aggrawal
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 as they dig deeper into the DDoS of Things and ways to fight it in this exciting webinar.

Register now and be ready to combat the DDoS of Things. We’ll see you on Thursday, March 30.

For more on the DDoS of Things, check out our infographic, "Dawn of the DDoS of Things."

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