Data report: How DDoS attacks unfolded in Q1 of 2022 Geopolitical factors, ransom tactics, and more
This resource is published by Cloudflare
The first quarter of 2022 was predicted to be a busy one for cyberattacks, and recent DDoS attack trends have largely borne that prediction out. Geopolitical conflict in multiple regions — along with ongoing escalations of existing attack tactics — are giving many organizations and industries a lot of activity to keep track of.
Cloudflare’s network protects millions of websites and networks, and stops an average of 86 billion threats per day — giving it incredible insight into the attack landscape. We’ve analyzed all of that intelligence to present the data, anecdotes, and strategies organizations need to stay ahead of DDoS attackers.
Download our DDoS data report to learn about:
• The recent DDoS landscape in Russia and Ukraine — including the industries most at risk
• A deep dive on recent spikes in Layer 7 attacks
• Continuing increases in DDoS-related ransom demands, and how to respond if you receive one
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