According to a new report from cyber security company Nexusguard, an attack research group, Loryka LLC, was the number one target in the first quarter of this year, with 90 DDoS attacks.
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Turkey was no.1 target for DDoSers in Q4 2015
Turkey has taken the no.1 spot as most DDoSed country in the last quarter of 2015, according to a report from Nexusguard
Political statements largely behind DDoS attacks
According to Nexusguard’s Q4 2015 threat report, attacks on Turkey skyrocketed ten-fold to more than 30,000 events per day, surpassing the thousands of attacks on other popular targets like China and the U.S. The attacks, targeting Turkish IP addresses, contributed to a big increase in DNS attacks, outweighing other popular NTP and CHARGEN methods by 183 percent.
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Nexusguard Service Automates DDoS Defenses
Following a spate of high-profile DDoS attacks such as the one that took down Web sites operated by the British Broadcasting Company (BBC), awareness of DDoS attacks as a favorite tool of entities trying to make a political statement or simply overwhelm an organization’s IT security defenses is on the rise.
The good news is that thanks to advances in automation and the rise of software-defined networking (SDN) it’s becoming simpler to defend against these attacks. To that end, Nexusguard recently introduced Nexusguard AI, a service that makes it possible to re-route network traffic in real time across multiple ISPs.
Nexusguard: 2016 will be the year of proactive, shared defense against DDoS
In 2015, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks were estimated to represent a significant portion of the $15.4 million per year cybercrime cost to average American firms. Looking to 2016, and acknowledging the trends of previous years, it’s apparent that DDoS has gone through many phases from hactivism, for-the-lulz mayhem crews and even has a criminal component with extortionists.
To get a better view of 2016, SiliconANGLE reached out to Nexusguard, a premier provider of defenses against DDoS attacks, and spoke with Bill Barry, Executive Vice President of Global Strategy.
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“Risk from cyberattack is a trend repeating every year,” says Gareau. “No doubt retailers all experience an uptick in attacks [during Black Friday]. Attackers are definitely taking advantage of the uptick and e-tailers need to put in more resources to boost their websites’ security.”