F5 Networks

F5 provides solutions for an application world. F5 helps organizations seamlessly scale cloud, data center, and software defined networking (SDN) deployments to successfully deliver applications to anyone, anywhere, at any time. F5 solutions broaden the reach of IT through an open, extensible framework and a rich partner ecosystem of leading technology and data center orchestration vendors. This approach lets customers pursue the infrastructure model that best fits their needs over time.
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Preparing for the New OWASP Top 10

Defending against the OWASP Top 10 is one piece of a defense-in-depth strategy that will help you ensure the confidentiality, integrity, andavailability of your apps, your data, and your business.

From DDoS to Digital Point of Sale: Bots Mean Business

As bot technology, machine learning, and AI continue to evolve, so will the threats they pose. Preparing your organization to deal with the impact of bots is essential to developing a sustainable strategy.

Credential Stuffing: A Security Epidemic

By combining user training, strong corporate policies, a robust firewall, and a centralized authentication and authorization gateway, organizations can mitigate today’s increasingly powerful credential stuffing attacks.

The Evolving Role of CISOs and their Importance to the Business

This report presents consolidated global findings to better understand the nature of the CISO role and reveal insights, challenges, and approaches to security strategy in today's global threat landscape.

How Quantum Computing Will Change Browser Encryption

This report highlights the distinction between quantum computing and quantum encryption and identifies the current amount of quantum computing exposure and how it will affect TLS.

Threat Analysis Report: The Hunt for IoT and the Rise of Thingbots

This report focuses on the development of what are now call “thingbots,” botnets built exclusively from IoT devices. These thingbots can launch attacks, host trojans, collect credentials, and will be the host of future darknets.