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Imperva forecasts 2024 cybersecurity challenges and evolving threat landscape
Fri, 8th Dec 2023
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phishing
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email security
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breach prevention
Imperva predicts GenAI’s growing influence in cybersecurity, posing a shifting threat landscape, with a looming need for novel security strategies by 2024.
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Why Australian enterprises need to trim their data
Tue, 15th Aug 2023
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breach prevention
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imperva
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australian
Imperva warns Australian enterprises to work towards reducing their data footprint in response to the Privacy Act Review Report.
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Vulnerable APIs costing businesses billions every year
Wed, 29th Jun 2022
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breach prevention
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cybersecurity
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imperva
Large companies are particularly vulnerable to the security risks associated with exposed or unprotected APIs as they accelerate digital transformation.
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Could New Zealanders initiate a cyber attack from within?
Fri, 27th May 2022
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advanced persistent threat protection
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cybersecurity
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cyber attacks
The threat landscape is significantly increasing worldwide, and the opportunities it presents are a growing concern in Aotearoa.
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Asia Pacific plagued by sophisticated bad bots - report
Wed, 25th May 2022
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breach prevention
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cybersecurity
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asia pacific
The three most common bot attacks were account takeover, content or price scraping, and scalping to obtain limited-availability items.
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APAC top target for network DDoS attacks - report
Mon, 6th Sep 2021
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ddos
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devops
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app development
Asia Pacific top target for network DDoS attacks, with a third of attacks targeting Taiwan, according to new research from Imperva.
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DDoS attacks a wake up call for complacent businesses - Imperva
Tue, 27th Oct 2020
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ddos
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breach prevention
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chillisoft
When distributed denial of service attacks created mayhem around the world in August, they left many organisations scrambling to protect themselves.