Cyber attacks, school, and government website attacks are on the rise

According to a statistical report on security experts' DDoS attacks in the first quarter of 2020, the total number of cyberattacks increased dramatically in the first three months of the year, notably cyber attacks. Purposefully visit educational websites and government websites. Many groups of hackers took advantage of network security loopholes during the time when many people had to work online at home. This is an opportunity for hackers to spread malicious code and steal information.

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected most activities including study, work, entertainment, etc. The demand for using online resources increased sharply during this period is an opportunity. valuable for hackers to exploit vulnerabilities in network security systems, from which they carry out many attacks on websites of city agencies or school portals. Statistics from the world show that the US Department of Health and Human Services, along with hospitals in France and the Online Game Server system have been the victims of DDoS attacks in the past 2 months.

The report by cybersecurity experts shows that the number of DDoS attacks tripled compared to the same period in 2019, accounting for more than 19% of the total number of cyberattacks in the first quarter of 2020.

Rate of increase in DDoS Web 2020 attack

Find out the cause of increased cyber attacks

Experts also believe that the reason why hackers attack more during this time is that people are heavily dependent on online activities and digital resources, thus becoming caught off guard and more accessible. In addition, many schools and educational institutions have switched to online teaching for teachers and students.

The number of DDoS attacks in the first quarter of 2020 is estimated: doubled compared to the fourth quarter of 2019, and increased by 80% compared to the first quarter of 2019. DDoS attack time also lasts 25% longer than Q1 / 2019.

The widespread use of home-based online work will open up new ways for cybercriminals to conduct DDoS attacks. While most DDoS attacks used to target publicly available corporate resources, cyberattacks now primarily target internal infrastructures such as VPN gateways (private networks). virtual) or email server system.

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Security solutions for businesses in cyberspace

To help agencies and businesses to protect themselves from DDoS attacks, to ensure cybersecurity against the ongoing increase in cyber attacks, we need to follow The following are some rules:

Keep calm and avoid panic. Sometimes web server status cannot respond promptly to requests from users. The intermittent and intermittent bandwidth congestion is not necessarily due to DDoS attacks but can be caused by the users themselves when they make access to the website resources of little interest or not. have been accessed before.

Conducting rehearsal situations to analyze and evaluate the performance of infrastructure systems, thereby identifying weaknesses and providing quick remedies. Today, cyberattacks are constantly changing, with new, more sophisticated tricks and larger scales, so you need to check regularly to ensure reliability and security.

Consider using DDoS Protection for your websites and web server systems. When your website has a good amount of customer interaction, a high frequency of access from many users, the chances of that website becoming the target of criminals is very high. Therefore, to protect yourself and other stakeholders, you should consider registering DDoS Protection carefully and reasonably. It is best to sign up to try the DDoS website attack service before making a choice.

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