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It's the most wonderful time of the security year - it's almost RSA week! If the world is coming together to talk about security next week, we figured we should join the conversation with our latest State of the Internet report. Joining the conversation is a big part of security departments these days, as we move away from being perceived as a "department of no" to really being seen as
Is it too late to still say "Happy New Year?" We don't think so. We're kicking off 2019 with our first issue of the State of the Internet / Security.
As the year draws to a close, our team decided Issue 5 of the State of the Internet report should take a look back at what we've done over the previous 12 months. The State of the Internet Security report is one of the most visible efforts of the research efforts at Akamai, but it is far from the only research we do and is not always the most important
Credential stuffing, and the botnets behind this activity, is the primary focus of the State of the Internet Security Report, Issue 4, 2018. Credential stuffing, the use of botnets to try to login to a site with stolen or randomly created login information, isn't a new phenomenon, but it is one that is having a growing impact, especially on financial services organizations. Our latest report takes a deeper look at
Purpose of normalization Data without context is arguably useless. If some variable of interest has a strong and inherent relationship with another, little understanding of the system can be gained if that relationship isn't considered. This consideration is just as integral to data visualization as it is to analysis. The purpose of any good visualization is to create a useful and insightful perspective of the data that quickly provides the