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8 DDoS Attack Trends To Watch For In 2020

CRN asks technical and research experts at A10 Networks, Akamai, and Radware about new and emerging threats in the DDoS space and what businesses need to do to ensure their survival.

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DDoS Doldrums

A rise in multi-vector DDoS attacks has caused traffic congestion by flooding networks with numerous illegitimate network packets. Organizations are therefore looking for services to protect websites, networks, and critical infrastructure devices from distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, which typically overwhelm bandwidth by drowning a system with requests for data.

The DDoS protection and mitigation market is expected to grow to $4.7 billion by 2024, up from $2.4 billion this year, which represents a compound annual growth rate of 14 percent, according to research firm MarketsandMarkets. SMBs have become key targets for threat actors due to gaps in their security systems that slow down the performance of their servers.

As part of CRN's Cybersecurity Week 2019, here's a look at eight new and emerging attack trends in the DDoS space identified by A10 Networks, Akamai, and Radware, and what businesses need to do to ensure their survival.

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