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10 Ways to Secure Your Digital Content

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People are spending more time online every day. But that increasing time in the digital world isn’t without recourse. Just as digital is becoming more important, it’s also becoming a bigger target for attacks. According to a recent digital security report, between 2015 and 2016 DDoS attacks rose 90% while the volume of those attacks grew as well – over 20% of attacks were greater than 1GBps.

According to Limelight Networks’ State of Digital Downloads consumer research report, people are increasingly okay with stealing digital content as well, Whether it’s a lack of availability because of an attack or theft of content, digital experiences need to be protected especially as they become the focal point for consumer engagement, interaction, and commerce.

In this whitepaper you will learn more about:

  1. Identity and Authentication
  2. Content/Delivery Protection
  3. Access and Availability – including Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Protection and Web Application Firewall (WAF)

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