What’s MOREconcerning than DDoS attacks on US Banks?The Lorenzi Group
Why rob banks?“Because that is where the money is!” -Willie Sutton* Famous Bank Robber* NOTE: Willie Sutton denies ever saying this and told people he did it for the thrill.
IssueHacking group Izz ad-Din al-Qassam hasthreatened banks and begun taking downbanking websites using DDoS attacks.
What is a DDoS Attack? DDoS stands for Distributed Denial of Service When too many computers try to access a website all at the same time, the hardware (or software) runningthe website become overloaded and stop working, not allowing anyone to access it. Real-life example (non-technical): When a parent becomes exasperated with housework, kids, and phone calls all happening at once. Additional example (from hit TV show Family Guy): http://youtu.be/cNkp4QF3we8
Are DDoS Attacks Effective? Yes. The are great for 2 things: Stopping online commerce Making a company look bad publicly* * NOTE: Many companies are hacked and never even know it or choose not to disclose it!
Other Risks As monies and focus are turned to DDoS and external security, internal security is put at risk. This is a simple strategy of war – attack one side and flank on the other.
Key Point (aka Answer) US Banks are at greater risk to fraud and theft,possibly in conjunction with hackers but not necessarily so, before and during DDoS attacks than at any other time.
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