Cybercriminals may have launched a few less DDoS attacks in 2021, but after the extraordinary rise during the pandemic, the attacks (still 14% more than pre-pandemic) continue to evolve with new strategies for disrupting networks and extorting targets. Adversaries continue to evolve in parallel to defenders making it just as, or more difficult than ever, to defend against DDoS attacks that cause massive collateral damage, revenue loss, and outages.
Join NETSCOUT and discover all of the global and regional trends found in the latest Threat Intelligence Report including:
• Asymmetric Attacks; triple extortion, botnets, DDoS for hire
• Server-Class Botnets– and the damage they can inflict
• DDoS for Hire - Now available to all
• Disrupting Layer 4 TLS-encrypted applications and services