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- DDoS Attack Protection From 4 Main Cyber Threats: Crime, Hactivism, Espionage and War
DDoS Attack Protection From 4 Main Cyber Threats: Crime, Hactivism, Espionage and War
Richard Clarke, a former White House cyber security adviser, coined the acronym CHEW to refer to the four main types of cyber threats to think about when it comes to DDoS attack protection: crime, hactivism, espionage, and war. These four main cyber threats are defined below:
The threats are real, and the challenges complex. In many cases, organizations face threats from all four of these types of cyber threats, making the need for sound cybercrime and
DDoS mitigation strategies even more critical.