Three of the best: Cybersecurity

By on 5 Jan 2017

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Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.

Cybersecurity continues to be a hot topic for network operators around the region, reflected by these well-read security posts.

The top three posts on the blog for 2016 in the security area were:

  1. Speculating on DNS DDoS – Geoff Huston reviews the DDoS attacks on Dyn’s infrastructure in October 2016 and considers what can be done to mitigate such attacks.
  2. Lessons from establishing a national CERT – Andrew Toimoana discusses the two-year effort to launch the Pacific’s first national Computer Emergency Response Team, CERT.to.
  3. Cyber threat intelligence sharing – ascending the pyramid of pain – Jason Smith shares CERT Australia’s experience with security automation and cyber threat intelligence sharing in this three-part series.

What cybersecurity concerns do you have for the future? Share your comments below.

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