Denial-of-Service attacks are growing in size and number, especially as IoT devices become more commonplace. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a new solution from Nokia using Deepfield and analytics to stop this malicious traffic in transit.
The big problem with a DDoS, especially one like Mirai, is how to discern real users in all that volume. If you simply “cut the hardline” and shut the network off, the DDoS was effectively successful, bringing you offline and disrupting business. Mirai made this particularly difficult, with it’s glut of IoT devices directed at the target. An effective solution needs to be able to keep your network running, and identify legitimate traffic from the noise. Enter Big Switch Networks’ BigSecure Architecture.
Daniel Dib of Daniels networking blog comments: Lately I have done some studying for the CCDE and one of the things I was looking at is how to protect against DDoS attacks. I’m not expecting it to be a big topic for the CCDE but it has some interesting concepts relating to routing. Take a […]
We had planned a number of topics this week. Once we started on DDOS we didn’t stop before the time was up.