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Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks continue to grow in size, frequency, and complexity, threatening businesses and service providers around the world. A warning was recently issued about a steep uptick of DDoS attack threats demanding bitcoin ransom with thousands of organizations across industries and around the world targeted. In June, AWS disclosed a record-setting 2.3 Tbps DDoS attack, breaking the previous record, a 1.3 Tbps attack mitigated by Akamai back in
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(If You Think Multi-Factor Authentication Prevents Credential Stuffing, Think Again!) Financial services firms around the world are experiencing credential stuffing attacks at an alarming rate. Cybercriminals are using readily available automation tools, botnets, and compromised account credentials to mount increasingly sophisticated and stealthy attacks. Many businesses are using multi-factor authentication (MFA) to strengthen access security and combat credential theft. While useful and necessary, MFA does not necessarily prevent credential stuffing.