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John Klassen

John Klassen

February 26, 2018 10:02 AM

Will Subscribers Pay for Security?

Carriers see security as a vital component of their five-year strategies and expect to increase spending on security in 2018 according to the Telecoms.com Annual Industry Survey 2017. Is security a good business opportunity for Carriers?

John Klassen

John Klassen

February 15, 2018 11:56 AM

Secure by Design

Carriers providing value-added services need to protect both their network infrastructure and their end-customers from internet threats. New threats are constantly emerging but remodeling your security architecture to address each new threat may leave gaps in your security coverage. Bolting-on third party products to fill gaps isolates your core architecture from change but creates complexity and management challenges such as multiple operating consoles and data integration barriers. Are carriers fighting

AkamAI Research

AkamAI Research

January 9, 2018 6:57 AM

A Death Match of Domain Generation Algorithms

By Hongliang Liu and Yuriy Yuzifovich Originally posted on December 29, 2017 Today's post is all about DGA's (Domain Generation Algorithms): what they are, why they came into existence, what are some use cases where they are used, and, most importantly - how to detect and block them. As we will demonstrate here, the most effective defense against DGAs is a combination of traditional methods with modern machine intelligence.

Akamai

Akamai

March 31, 2017 8:10 AM

Five Minutes With: Judy Piper, Senior Engineering Ma ...

No matter what else she does in her day, Judy Piper is, first and foremost, a people manager. Her role as a senior engineering manager in the Enterprise business unit is all about empowering others, and her curiosity and fearlessness help her succeed. Judy recently answered a few questions about her cool new project, her advice to others and her favorite extreme sport.

Yohai Einav

Yohai Einav

June 2, 2016 1:48 PM

Unlocking Locky

Locky is a new cyberthreat that has received a lot of attention in security circles over the last few months because it has been unusually successful. Locky is advanced ransomware that encrypts a person's files and holds them for ransom. It uses a number of different technologies to avoid being detected or blocked and takes great care to hide its path back to the attackers. The code is obfuscated to

Alex Balford

Alex Balford

April 5, 2016 9:12 AM

Bringing OTT Video to Life at NAB

We are less than a month away from NAB and Akamai has some big plans in store. With the amount of buzz centered around over-the-top (OTT) video, our floor presence is dedicated to bringing OTT workflow and delivery to life. Show attendees can experience a behind-the-scenes look at the technologies that are helping drive the seismic transformation in media delivery and consumption. Each section of the Akamai booth will represent

Akamai

Akamai

September 23, 2015 9:14 AM

Refining the State of the Internet Report

Over the last several years, many users have adopted mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, as their primary means of accessing the Internet. A number of studies published over the past year illustrate this trend, especially among millennials. In addition, improvements to, and greater deployment of this technology by mobile network providers have led to mobile connection speeds that rival fixed broadband connections in some geographies. LTE-Advanced, which is

Jonathan Zarkower

Jonathan Zarkower

August 27, 2015 11:37 AM

Akamai Assists ISPs in Providing a Family-Friendly I ...

Family and Internet safety advocates have lobbied long and hard to government regulators and Internet service and content providers for stronger measures and controls over the types of content viewable by children when online. And based on recent reports, some ISPs have responded in a favorable way, by implementing services that place automatic blocks on "high risk" websites including those that feature nudity or sexual content or are related

Jonathan Zarkower

Jonathan Zarkower

August 20, 2015 10:35 AM

End-User Mapping Brings Users Closer to Internet Nir ...

It goes without saying that people enjoy using the Internet more when response times are fastest. But most of us are not as concerned about why websites respond more quickly, as long as they do. There are many factors that contribute to faster (and more satisfying) web experiences. Certainly, faster broadband connectivity and well-designed web sites play a role. And websites that leverage content delivery networks (CDNs), which distribute