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Web Application Protector (WAP) is adding some exciting new capabilities in the October 2019 Release. Akamai designed WAP to provide automated protection for your websites and APIs from DDoS and web application attacks. As such, one of the primary objectives (besides providing best-in-class protections) has always been operational simplicity. We continuously improve our products, working closely with our customers that use them every day. This release introduces a redesigned and
If you could have all the visibility that Akamai has into bot traffic, what would you do with it? That's been a common theme in conversations with many of our customers over the past year. Bot Manager provides a range of dashboards and reporting tools designed to help you better understand how bots are interacting with your websites and applications. But you've asked for more. You want to see how
Hybrid DDoS has always been an interesting concept. From a vendor perspective, it's not hard to understand the motivations behind it. The vendors pushing hybrid DDoS are the same ones that have been selling DDoS mitigation appliances for years and were late to join the industry-wide shift to cloud. Hybrid DDoS allows them to continue selling their on-premises appliances, while buying time to build out and learn how to operate
Today, Akamai announced an agreement to acquire Exceda, our largest channel partner in Latin America. I want to share what this acquisition means for our customers and partners, and why I am so excited about the potential that this represents for us all.
Hoy, Akamai anunció un acuerdo para adquirir Exceda, nuestro socio de canal más grande de América Latina. Quiero compartir lo que esta adquisición implica para nuestros clientes y socios, y el motivo por el que me emociona enormemente el potencial que esto representa para todos nosotros.
A Akamai anunciou hoje um acordo de compra da Exceda, nossa maior parceira de canal na América Latina. Quero compartilhar o que essa aquisição significa para nossos clientes e parceiros e por que estou tão empolgado com o potencial disso para todos nós.
Shortly after Akamai announced the March 2019 Release with new features and capabilities across its security, performance and media product lines, Akamai's VP of Product Marketing, Ari Weil, took over Akamai's Twitter account for a live March Release Q&A.
Authentication might be the single biggest hazard for web security over the next decade. It's not that the fundamentals of authentication are particularly challenging; we've understood the basic principles behind password management, push-based authorization, and device certificates for some time. But managing those at scale, and navigating to a more secure world -- maybe one without passwords someday -- requires a level of investment and focus that is, for most
Authentication on the World Wide Web is badly broken. We all know it, or at least sense it. Every web site or mobile app that we want to use asks us to register and set up yet another account with yet another username and password. With the typical end user having tens of online accounts, this results in a dizzying number of usernames and passwords to keep track of. Or