written by Fahmida Y. Rashid
While talking to some customers, Dan Holden, director of ASERT (Arbor Security Engineering and Response Team), a division of Chelmsford, Mass.-based Arbor Networks, noticed a “fundamental” shift in how they were looking at security.
These organizations, Holden found, weren’t planning out projects to deploy anti-virus, firewall or intrusion prevention systems throughout the enterprise. Rather, they had projects addressing specific problems, such as botnets, distributed denial-of-service attacks (DDoS) and advanced persistent threats (APTs). (Read more)