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There can sometimes be a fine line between suspicion and guilt. Determining malicious or "good" activity can be a challenging task in today's cyber world full of hidden and dark secrets. A system based on accuracy and thorough analysis of all evidence will lead to the true malicious actor. Consider a popular way to illegally extract money from someone's bank account for example. The malicious actor has created a
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
It's summertime! While most people are relaxing at the beach or enjoying a BBQ, here at Akamai we've already shifted sights towards the winter to provide relief for retailers by ensuring they have fast, reliable and secure e-commerce sites in time for the holidays. The holiday season, after all, is just around the corner. Here are four key ways we are helping retailers convert more shoppers into buyers while
During an early summer morning on August 1982, in the brightly lit hallway of a non-descript academic building on the campus of University of California Berkeley, two scientists who were working on what the world will later know as the Internet, had a brief but very important conversation:"How can we trust ARPANET?""Because you can trust your colleagues."
It's only been a couple days since we released the Q2 2015 State of the Internet Security Report, but it has already generated a fair amount of media coverage. The following articles are what we've seen so far.Attackers are using insecure routers and other home devices for DDoS attacks (Computerworld)A report released Tuesday by cloud services provider Akamai Technologies shows that the number of DDoS attacks is on the rise.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) campaigns are prevalent and legitimate ways to promote web applications in order to get a better visibility and more traffic to your web application. But what happens when an SEO campaign crosses the line into the dark side and becomes malicious? Recently the Akamai Threat Research Team discovered a highly sophisticated SEO attack campaign that was promoting the search results rating for a web application
Akamai famously lost the first competition it entered, the MIT 50k, before securing funding and becoming a wildly successful start up and one of the largest IPOs in history. Today Akamai is a 2B public company that prides itself on fighting the odds in order to challenge the status quo and provide business value to customers.
Akamai's 8th Annual Customer Conference is approaching quickly and we have some great industry speakers joining us to share how they are overcoming some of the toughest challenges in Commerce. Speakers from Norwegian Cruise Lines, Crocs, Mary Kay and Guitar Center, among many others will share ideas, best practices and tactics to improve customer experience and increase key performance metrics as we address key trends shaping the industry.
Akamai has released the Q2 2015 State of the Internet Security Report. This quarter's report, which provides analysis and insight into the global cloud security threat landscape, can be downloaded here. Previews for the Q2 State of the Internet Security Report:The Shellshock EffectTor Pros and ConsAttackers Focus on SYN and UDP VectorsWordPress and the Danger of Third-Party PluginsBefore Q2's State of the Internet Security Report is Released, Let's Review Q1