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DDoS Attack
It is no exaggeration to say that all websites are targeted by hackers. In particular, DDoS attacks are causing damage from government agencies and municipalities to enterprise websites, regardless of target or size. However, we cannot just suffer damage. Understanding the enemy accurately is a shortcut to preventing damage, as the proverb goes, “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you will win 100 battles”. Therefore, I would like to classify DDoS attacks into
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Among US with DDoS Attack
April 1, 2022 1. Among Us servers in North America and Europe disappeared after DDoS attack According to the official Among Us Twitter page, the Among Us game server has been down for a couple of days due to a DDOS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack, and several players are waiting for the online games to repair. According to Among US developers, they immediately took servers down in North America and Europe to check the
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EU Cybersecurity
 March 25, 2022 1. Cybersecurity rules proposed for EU bodies amid cyberattack worries As rising concerns about cyberatt­­acks could disrupt essential services and cause data theft, the European Commission suggested that EU countries must identify cybersecurity risks at all EU institutions and put in place a framework to improve cybersecurity, and this is part of a package of draft rules called cybersecurity regulations that aims at creating a create a Cybersecurity Board. EU Governments have warned
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Cloudbric Joins CTA
Cloudbric, No.1 cloud-based website security provider in the APAC, is the first blockchain security company to join the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA), an international non-profit organization of information security for defending against cyber attacks! Cloudbric is the third member to join CTA, following SK Shieldus and Sands Lab in Korea, and is the first blockchain security company, and the third security company based in Asia. < Cyber ​​Threat Alliance ‘CTA’> The global leading security companies such
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Remote Access Network
According to Gartner, Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is a product or service that creates an identity- and context-based, logical access boundary around an application or set of applications. “The applications are hidden from discovery, and access is restricted via a trust broker to a set of named entities. The broker verifies the identity, context and policy adherence of the specified participants before allowing access and prohibits lateral movement elsewhere in the network. This removes
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Progress report
Greetings, from Cloudbric. Here’s the latest from Cloudbric: for february 1st to february 28th. 1.Technology Developments *Cryptobric App Update → Identity Authentication Enhancement (Travel Rule Compliance) : 60% complete (estimated time of completion: end of 2022 1Q) Travel Rule regulation — Technical review complete Service development in progress → v3.0 SWG(Secure Web Gateway) SMS Phishing detection (estimated time of completion: end of 2022 2Q) Technical review complete Development scope review complete Service planning and database upgrade in progress *Cloudbric Labs
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Lack of US cybersecurity experts
 March 18, 2022 1. The US lacks cybersecurity experts as the threat of Russian attacks appears, according to Jobs reports. U.S. intelligence announces that Russia is considering cyberattacks to retaliate against the U.S. for cutting off their energy imports and imposing economic sanctions. Top U.S. intelligence officials have been urging businesses to be on alert for months and warned that cyberattacks could be coming for American companies and critical infrastructure, saying “we are ready to
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Weekly Cybersecurity News
March 11, 2022 1. Ukrainian digital army prepares cyberattacks to counter Russian offensive The hundreds-strong Ukrainian volunteer “hacker” corps that formed in a fury to counter Russia’s blitzkrieg attack is much more than a paramilitary cyberattack force.  On the other hand, Mykhailo Fedorov who is Ukraine’s minister of digital transformation announced and endorse the creation of a volunteer cyber army calling itself the IT Army of Ukraine, which now counts 290,000 followers on Telegram.  Zhora, a
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DDoS Trends and solution
DDoS attacks might be one of the oldest hacker tricks in the book, but that doesn’t mean they’re not evolving with the times. Even a decade ago, Wired saw a disturbing trend emerging: “Since (the 2000 Mafiaboy attack), the nature of DoS attackers has changed, morphing from the pimply faced amateur bent on self-aggrandizing mischief to organized criminals employing DoS as an extortion tactic against commercial sites.” Fast forward to 2022, and we’re witnessing what
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