NCF-76 Game Changing New Models to Protect from Distributed Denial of Services

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Today’s guest Jason Gould a Consulting engineer for advanced threats at Arbor networks, tells us the largest Industry problem is Distributed Denial of Service Attacks. DDOS attacks are such an issue because they are difficult to detect and have no signatures. They take a special method to address. DDOS which Jason relates to Carpet Bombing though difficult are now basically stoppable, if you have the right systems in place. Find out how Arbor networks which was started as a Darpa product 17 year ago is now stopping DDOS attacks for their customers.
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