DSS ITSEC 2013 Conference 07.11.2013 - Radware - Cyber Attacks Survival Guide
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Presentation from one of the remarkable IT Security events in the Baltic States organized by “Data Security Solutions” (www.dss.lv ) Event took place in Riga, on 7th of November, 2013 and was ...

Presentation from one of the remarkable IT Security events in the Baltic States organized by “Data Security Solutions” (www.dss.lv ) Event took place in Riga, on 7th of November, 2013 and was visited by more than 400 participants at event place and more than 300 via online live streaming.

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    DSS ITSEC 2013 Conference 07.11.2013 - Radware - Cyber Attacks Survival Guide DSS ITSEC 2013 Conference 07.11.2013 - Radware - Cyber Attacks Survival Guide Presentation Transcript

    • DoS, DDoS and application attacks – are you ready? Michael Soukonnik Radware Ltd michaels@radware.com
    • 2012 Radware Security Report: DDoS Attack Vectors SSL based attacks are on the rise Specific Application Resources are targeted C/R bypass capabilities SMTP 9% VoIP 4% Increased Bandwidth saturation TCP - SYN Flood 35% Web 24% Complexity DNS 10% Volume TCP UDP Other 7% 3% ICMP 5% IPv6 3% Attack remained diversified between different attack types. This reflects attackers using multi-vector attacks. Usage of servers – more firepower Volume attacks on DNS infrastructure 2
    • Attack Vectors Cloud Mitigation On-Premises Mitigation Volumetric network flood attacks Attack Volume Network scan Intrusion Port scan SYN flood attack Attack “Low Complexity & Slow” attacks Application Flood attacks Application vulnerability, malware SSL based attacks Web attacks: XSS, Brute force Web attacks: SQL Injection 3
    • Old fashion systems are volnurable Firewall, IPS (even NG) cannot stop DDoS ! Radware Confidential Jan 2012 4
    • • Attacks become more complex (5-7 vectors)! • Attacks become longer (days and weeks)! • More financially motivated attacks, but at the same time more politically motivated attacks on government and private organizations ! You never know if you are on sight of future attack! 5
    • • It’s cheap (hundreds of $)! • Attacks become very powerful and use server based botnets ! • New attacking tools know how to overcome not only legacy, but even newest protection systems 6
    • So – Nothing to do with that?
    • Radware Attack Mitigation System (AMS) and service
    • Mapping Security Protection Tools In the cloud DDoS protection DoS protection Behavioral analysis SSL protection IPS WAF UDP Garbage flood on ports 80 and 443 ICMP flood attacks To fight back you need: SYN/TCP OOS flood attacks • An integrated solution with all security technologies Server cracking attacks Business • Mitigate attacks beyond the perimeter SSL/TLS negotiation attacks HTTP flood attack HTTPS flood attack Web attacks: XSS, SQL Injection, Brute force 9
    • Radware Attack Mitigation System (AMS) 10
    • AMS Deployment • Mitigate all type of DDoS attacks • Mitigate SSL attacks Alteon AppWall DefensePro • Mitigate web application exploits Application Infrastructure 11
    • Where to Detect? • Network DDoS • SYN Floods • HTTP Floods • SSL Floods • Server cracking Cloud mitigation services cannot detect attacks! In the cloud Perimeter Front-End AMS provides the widest attack detection coverage! Alteon Internet • Web attacks Protected • Application misuse Organization • Application connection overflow 12
    • Attack Mitigation System: Layers of Defense In the cloud Defense Messaging • Traffic baselines & real-time signature information • Complete system in sync Perimeter Front-End Alteon Benefits • Detect where you can • Mitigate where you should • Optimize mitigation scalability Defense Messaging Protected Organization Internet 13
    • Attack Mitigation System: Scalable Defense Network In the cloud Perimeter Front-End ERT and the customer decide to divert the traffic Alteon Defense Messaging Internet Volumetric DDoS attack that saturates Internet pipe Protected Organization 14
    • Attack Mitigation System: Mitigating the SSL Threat In the cloud Unique Solution Benefits Perimeter • Detects all types of SSL encrypted attacks Front-End •Non-vulnerable mitigation architecture • Legitimate transactions go through without decryption •Lowest latency approach Alteon •FIPS compliant & common criteria certified solution •Single vendor, integrated management Protected Organization Internet 15
    • • Every governmental and business body may become an attack target • Attacks have more and more volume and complexity, covering L4-L7 simultaneously • Legacy types of security equipment cannot stop complex attacks • Cloud service and CPE cannot stop attacks working separately • Radware provides CPE (DDoS, DoS, Application attacks and WEB), Emergency Response Team 24X365 support and DefensePipe cloud service. Together it enables attack mitigation from its’ first seconds at CPE and volume network attack mitigation in cloud 16
    • Customer Success Leading the DDoS Protection Market
    • Our Customers Select AMS Financial Services Retail Services Government, Healthcare & Education Carrier & Technology Services 18
    • We Protect Against the Top Attack Campaigns 19
    • Q&A 20