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Bank DDoS Strikes Could Presage Armageddon Attacks
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KBurger
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11/28/2012 | 7:26:08 PM
re: Bank DDoS Strikes Could Presage Armageddon Attacks
The financial crisis showed how interconnected/interdependent banks are financially. It's obviously not any different from a security standpoint. The challenge has been getting banks to work together to ID and fight these kinds of threats, which they have been reluctant to do (collaborate).
Greg MacSweeney
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11/28/2012 | 1:13:23 PM
re: Bank DDoS Strikes Could Presage Armageddon Attacks
1 Tbps attacks? Wow. No single enterprise could withstand that. In fact, as you point out, an attack of that size could cripple service providers as well.


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