DDoS attack numbers decline but severity ramps up in Q4

Monday 11 February 2019 | 16:13 CET | News
The latest report from Kaspersky Lab showed that while there was a decline in the number of DDoS attacks in the fourth quarter, their duration and severity went higher. This trend is expected to continue this year, the researcher said. The number of attacks in the quarter fell 13 percent from the year before but the duration more than doubled, to 218 from 95 minutes.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Kaspersky
Countries: World
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