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Quick cache: how CDNs are getting smart to improve website performance

Quick cache: how CDNs are getting smart to improve website performance

Thursday, 23 February 2017

According to CDN provider Incapsula, the benefits of this intelligent type of cache control include...

HTTP/2 – A Real-World Performance Test and Analysis

HTTP/2 – A Real-World Performance Test and Analysis

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

For our tests, we're going to run our website on an Incapsula CDN server, the CDN service which we’ve been using for our sites lately.

Best content delivery network

Best content delivery network

Monday, 20 February 2017

Outgoing traffic is both accelerated and optimised by Incapsula’s caching and optimisation techniques, ensuring optimal pass-through speed for welcome visitors.

Homeland Security Wants To End The Scourge Of DDoS Attacks

Homeland Security Wants To End The Scourge Of DDoS Attacks

Monday, 20 February 2017

Last year, DDoS protection provider Imperva Incapsula reported helping its customers fend off an average of 445 attacks every week.

Researcher Finds Hidden Twitter ‘Star Wars’ Bot

Researcher Finds Hidden Twitter ‘Star Wars’ Bot

Wednesday, 25 January 2017

“While these are different types of bots that exist only inside the Twitter ecosystem, this is all a part of the same trend – just another example of how automation influences our online experience,” argued the firm’s senior security evangelist, Igal Zeifman.

Bad Bots Up Their Human Impersonation Game

Bad Bots Up Their Human Impersonation Game

Tuesday, 24 January 2017

New data released from Imperva today shows bots with the upper hand overall, with humans representing 48.2% of website traffic in 2016; so-called "good" bots (think feed-fetchers, search engine bots and crawlers) at 22.9%, and bad bots accounting for 28.9% of the traffic.

Cybersecurity Predictions for 2017: The Experts Speak

Cybersecurity Predictions for 2017: The Experts Speak

Monday, 09 January 2017

Igal Zeifman, Marketing Director, Imperva Incapsula: "Mirai was responsible for many high-profile attacks in the second half of 2016. It safe to say that, in 2017, we will continue to see more evolutions of that specific malware type, which will exploit vulnerabilities in IoT devices..."

In a post-Mirai world, the FTC wants more secure routers from D-Link

In a post-Mirai world, the FTC wants more secure routers from D-Link

Monday, 09 January 2017

Tim Matthews, vice president of marketing at Imperva, based in Redwood Shores, Calif., said internet service providers, vendors and users all "share a long tradition of disregarding basic security practices when it comes to internet devices."