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The top telco conferences and trends shaping our future

For those of you that may not know about Allot, we’re a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions for communication service providers and innovative network intelligence for both service providers and enterprises all over the world. We help top tier telecom companies and other organizations to generate additional revenue, save money, and bring more value and…

8 Online Shopping Security Tips for Cyber Monday

As the online equivalent to Black Friday, Cyber Monday is among the biggest online shopping days of the year. Cyber Monday, along with Black Friday, heralds the beginning of the online holiday shopping season. According to Adobe Analytics, 2018 Cyber Monday sales amounted to a staggering all-time record of $7.87 billion. This year, the prediction…

5 Ways to Avoid a Ransomware Attack

“Ooops, your files have been encrypted!” That’s the dreaded message that greeted people hit with the 2017 WannaCry ransomware attack. Hundreds of thousands of computers were infected and many people lost their computer files, money, and time, and suffered immeasurable aggravation and embarrassment. It’s been a couple of years since then and, experts agree, ransomware is…

Brute Force Attacks on IoT – Here to Stay?

IoT devices, such as routers, printers, televisions, cameras, lamps, baby-monitors and what-ever-else, can be found, well, everywhere. Their use has been growing for years and is expected to continue to grow. Unfortunately, these devices are notoriously vulnerable, or worse, the security implementation is so flawed that they are counter-protective leaving the consumer with a false feeling…

10 Ransomware Attacks You Should Know About in 2019

Ransomware was deemed one of the biggest malware threats of 2018, and it continues to disrupt the operations of businesses and the daily lives of individuals all over the world in 2019. The 2019 ransomware landscape is quite diverse – security researchers track over 1,100 different ransomware variants preying on innocent web users. As this…

DNS Attack on Yandex – Can It Happen to You?

Last week, Russian media was hit with news about massive DNS (Domain Name System) attacks on Yandex, the country’s biggest technology company and local giant of internet search – essentially, the Google of Russia. The network attacks exploited vulnerabilities in the block-list system of Roskomnadzor, Russia’s state censor, that the government uses to ban sites…