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Renny Shen

Renny Shen

March 4, 2019 6:00 AM

What's New in Security - March 2019

Today, Akamai announced the March 2019 Release with new features and capabilities across its security, performance, and media product lines - with a focus on helping customers better manage their cloud migration initiatives. Within security, Akamai has made updates to every product line to help organizations better protect your apps and APIs, stop credential stuffing, and move to zero trust.

Carson Casey

Carson Casey

March 4, 2019 6:00 AM

Professional Services Simplified - Check out what's ...

In today's fast-moving digital world, we know businesses need to rapidly adapt to meet user expectations and stay competitive. At Akamai, we see a world of unimagined potential, enabled through the unique power of the Akamai Edge. It's this power, backed by the support of our 2000 global experts, located in over 20 countries, that creates the agility your business needs to accelerate and secure your multi-cloud world -- and

Desmond Tam

Desmond Tam

March 4, 2019 6:00 AM

Own Your Digital Future: Cloud Migration Best Practi ...

Many organizations are well underway on their journey to using cloud platforms to become more agile, reduce costs, and drive efficiencies. Nobody wants to reinvent the wheel though so to speak, and reusing established design patterns can be the difference between a delayed rollout and a fast and effective implementation of your cloud-based service or application. Read on to discover how Akamai fits into such prevalent design patterns, all the

Lorenz Jakober

Lorenz Jakober

March 4, 2019 6:00 AM

Does Zero Trust Security Have to be Hard to be Effec ...

The short answer is no. As expected, the long answer is a little more nuanced. But first, a quick refresher on Zero Trust security for those who haven't jumped on the bandwagon yet. (For those who have, feel free to skip the next section.)

Alex Balford

Alex Balford

March 4, 2019 6:00 AM

Securing CDN Delivery with TLS at Massive Scale

The growth of HTTPS on the Internet Amidst ever-growing security concerns, providing protected Internet connections is more important than ever. The movement towards an Internet that places more emphasis on data integrity and confidentiality is taking place swiftly. HTTP connections are giving way to HTTPS as the growth in encrypted communications continues.

Sandeep Singh

Sandeep Singh

March 4, 2019 6:00 AM

FUTURE PROOFING YOUR CONTENT SECURITY PERIMETER WITH ...

Background: Media Content Security Security in the media & entertainment industry means securing the entire content consumption path. For any OTT or streaming company that wants to serve or distribute its content to end users, has to protect and safeguard their content against an ever-evolving plethora of online piracy and cyber threats. There multiple different types of threats across the content consumption path, so, while companies would need enterprise security

Sandeep Singh

Sandeep Singh

March 4, 2019 6:00 AM

Prevent Access to Unauthorized Viewers with Enhanced ...

Background: Geo-Blocking Content There are no hard and fast rules to the way content is licensed throughout the world, but typically content owners develop license agreements at the country level which gives them a fair amount of flexibility when monetizing their content. These license agreements then require the content providers to place geographic restrictions on the services they sell in order to maintain compliance with said license agreements. This manifests

Darren Ng

Darren Ng

February 28, 2019 10:45 AM

Packet Pacing Benefits for Midgress Traffic

Akamai's Smooth Delivery Pacing (SDP) made an impression last year by increasing client network performance while simultaneously reducing retransmissions. If you missed the details and want to learn more about SDP, please check out our past discussion. In this article, we'll explore if SDP's benefits can be applied to Akamai's midgress network.

Asaf Nadler

Asaf Nadler

February 27, 2019 9:00 AM

Ramnit in the UK

By Asaf Nadler and Lior Lahav Ramnit is a family of trojans that allows attackers to remotely control infected machines, in order steal personal and banking information [1], and open backdoors to download additional malware [2]. Initial versions of Ramnit appeared in late 2011 and infected more than 800,000 Windows PCs [3]. In May 2018, Ramnit was observed in the "Black" botnet, and was responsible for infecting more than 100,000