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Founded:
1998
Company Size:
5001-10000 employees
Company Type:
Public
Location:
Cambridge, MA (HQ) / Global
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If you've ever shopped online, downloaded music, watched a web video or connected to work remotely, you've probably used Akamai's cloud platform. Akamai helps businesses connect the hyperconnected, empowering them to transform and reinvent their business online. We remove the complexities of tech ...
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The State of Security in State & Local Government
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Data Breaches and Credential Stuffing: Don’t Get TKOd
By Patrick Sullivan It has been a very rough month for the information security community.  It feels like we've been on the losing end of a championship fight against Floyd Mayweather. The body shots started with Equifax and continued with attacks on the US Government. The assault included a couple of combination shots as Equifax expanded the scope of their breach by adding millions of additional impacted accounts and as reports emerged that this was not the first breach for Equ ...
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Cybersecurity Executive Order 13800: More than a Risk Assessment?
Most folks around the Washington DC beltway have heard the cybersecurity Executive Order (EO 13800 - Strengthening the Cybersecurity of Federal Networks and Critical Infrastructure) referred to as a simple risk assessment. But the reality is that it is much more about broadly modernizing federal IT infrastructure and improving the cybersecurity of our federal networks. Sure, the first step is a risk management report, but the next focuses on procurement of shared IT, including cloud and cybe ...
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What makes a good “DNS Blacklist”? – Part 2
In "What makes a good 'DNS Blacklist'? - Part 1", we explored the background and factors that have gone into Akamai's thinking behind New security products like Enterprise Threat Protect (ETP). This article continues with a list of factors and questions to ask any DNS Threat Feed providers, including Akamai. What should enterprises look for in the DNS Threat Policies? DNS Threat Policies are more than a DNS Blacklist.  The term "DNS threat policy" refers to a combination of three factors: ...
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What makes a good “DNS Blacklist”? – Part 1
Akamai has just launched the Enterprise Threat Protection (ETP) platform. ETP is built on Akamai's global AnswerX Cloud that now reaches 28 countries and is expanding to new countries every month. As a new player in Cloud DNS resolver services, competitors will ask "why Akamai?" or "what gives Akamai the knowledge and capacity to build effective DNS blacklists?" These are good questions from our competition, and are also questions that our customers should ask. Let's explore why Akamai is in a u ...
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Taking the Fight Where It Belongs
By Robert Mahowald  Read the whole blog here > A surprising set of facts emerged from the most recent quarterly installment of IDC's CloudView 2017 survey (February 2017, n= 6,212 tech buyer respondents in 31 countries): Year-over-year, the percent of organizations sourcing their tech capability from cloud providers grew 137%. But that's not all that's new: In large companies, respondents choosing net new and replacement technology for their companies stated that they will go ...
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Reducing Infrastructure Cost with new Enterprise Application Access Architecture
By Robert Berlin June 14, 2017   In an earlier blog, "Remote Access no longer needs to be Complex and Cumbersome", I wrote about the new game-changing remote access solution available from Akamai called Enterprise Application Access (EAA). My thesis was that in our cloud-first, mobile-dominated world, providing access to behind-the-firewall applications need not be as complex as with today's traditional DMZ/VPNs infrastructure.   How can this seemingly counter-intuitive sta ...

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