An educational cryptocurrency website has been taken down by a network flood. The criminals demanded a 0.5 BTC ransom, equal to roughly $17,000 at the time of the attack. But, administrators restored website operation without paying a penny. More
In the first half of 2021, we continued to develop our technologies – we improved the capabilities to repel powerful modern DDoS attacks and brought to the market an innovative software sensor for protection against DDoS attacks of any level. More
In 2016 StormWall came to the Middle East market and only within five years have made a breakthrough establishing cooperation with many local telecommunication companies. The company managed to achieve a significant success in Iraq where it’s services are actively used by 14 leading ISPs and in Lebanon working with 15 large providers. StormWall is currently cooperating with a number of ISPs Bahrain as well. Our clients are such giants as EarthLink, Terranet, Kalaam Telecom and much more. More
According to StormWall experts, in 2021 the global quantity of DDoS attacks on companies' online resources will increase by at least 20% compared to last year. DDoS attacks have shown steady growth for several years in a row, and will increase even more in 2021 due to a number of new factors: the emergence of a large number of emerging cyber criminals among students and schoolchildren in connection with the transition to distance learning, an increase in the criticality of Internet services due to that many employees work remotely, while most companies continue to actively develop online businesses. More
According to StormWall IT security experts, DDoS attacks against telecom companies are on the rise. The surge of such attacks was first detected in early 2021, during the New Year holidays. This January, the incidence of DDoS attacks on the telecom sector has increased by 10% compared with January 2020 and by 34% compared with December 2020, as indicated by data shared by StormWall clients. Hackers mainly targeted small Internet service providers, hosting providers and small data centers with insufficient resources to protect the infrastructure from large-scale DDoS attacks. More
StormWall experts analyzed DDoS attacks targeting multiple European online markets in 2020. The analysis revealed that the Entertainment sector (39,6%), Telecommunications (28%), and Online retail (14,55%) were attacked the most. Other industries that were commonly targeted by DDoS campaigns during the year were Finance (8,94%), Education (5,5%) and Construction (3,41%). The data used for the analysis was obtained from StormWall’s customers across multiple industries. More
Experts from StormWall studied DDoS-attacks targeting the online retail industry in Europe. During the research, StormWall collected data from its clients working in multiple e-commerce segments. Experts discovered that during the pandemic, between February and October 2020, the number of DDoS attacks targeted at online retail services quadrupled compared to the same period last year. More
StormWall continues expanding and implementing its strategy to provide highest-quality protection service from DDoS and hacker attacks to the maximum number of customers. More
Modern design, user-friendly interface, deep аnalytics and detailed reports for each DDoS attack - you can see the attack graph, all the statistics, including which addresses and AS numbers it came from, protocols, and even packet details! More
Free test/PoC is available! More
StormWall is now on GITEX in Dubai. And our specialists will be there till 10 October. The event is dedicated to the latest achievements in IT, communication technologies and electronics. More
MENOG 19 took place in Beirut, from 31 March – 4 April 2019.
It was an informative and great event attended by more than 235 participants from 34 countries including the StormWall team.
European Peering Forum was held in Athens, Greece from the 17th till the 19th of September 2018. In the event , up to 300 peering managers and coordinators from networks connected to the host Internet exchanges. Besides an interesting topical agenda, the three-day event accommodated room for attendees to meet on a one-to-one basis to discuss bilateral peering business opportunities.
SmartEx was a great success with 6,668 business professionals in attendance. SmartEx has attracted thousands of local and regional business executives, presenting a wide range of Industries, looking for the latest technological innovations for their business.
iCU’s breakthrough event in Hong Kong is a gathering of key decision makers from Cloud Services, Data Centres and OTT markets in the Asia-Pacific region. World-class speakers, dynamic panel discussions, and solid deep dives shaped this first-of-its-kind conference experience in Asia. CEO StormWall Ramil Khantemirov made a report "IoT insecurity as the biggest threat to our future".
Romanian Network Operators Group (RONOG) held its fourth meeting on 31 October 2017, in Bucharest. The event was hosted by InterLAN and will take place at the Radisson BLU Hotel. Network Operators, Regulators and Government representatives were invited to the event.
Co-founder StormWall Ramil Khantimirov made a report"Connecting DDoS protection: things to consider".
The 13th European Peering Forum (EPF) was held in Lisbon, Portugal from the 18th till the 20th of September 2017. Besides an interesting topical agenda, the three-day event accommodates room for attendees to meet on a one-to-one basis to discuss bilateral peering business opportunities.
The Neutral Peering Days 2017 brought together NL-ix members and partners and the international peering, ICT & interconnection community. For two days, leading industry experts shared their visions on the latest market and technological developments with senior-level attendees from around the world.
MORE-IP is bringing together the professionals and decision-makers of the IP interconnection industry. By attending MORE-IP these people have the opportunity to further grow their business. They can connect to new parties, strengthen their existing business relationships, share knowledge and learn about new developments and demands. Around 200 professionals from every internet related sector participated at MORE-IP.
A RIPE Meeting is a five-day event where Internet Service Providers (ISPs), network operators and other interested parties gather to discuss issues of interest to the Internet community.
MENOG 17 took place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Muscat, Oman on 19-20 April 2017 205 people checked in from 37 different countries. The Middle East Network Operators Group (MENOG) offers a great opportunity to network with colleagues, share experiences and knowledge, present and discuss the latest networking innovations and discover new business models and applications.