Google Ideas & Arbor's Digital Attack Map

January 7, 2013
The Digital Attack Map, created by Google Ideas and Arbor Networks, is a live data visualization of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks that take down websites and people's access to information and businesses around the globe. Watch this presentation with representatives from Google and Arbor Networks, as they guide you first-hand through the features of the Digital Attack Map, and highlight why it is a powerful tool and source of information for any organization. By watching this webcast you'll learn: • Historic and real-time DDoS attack trends • How businesses can use the map to pinpoint attacks • How to access media coverage that corresponds to the attack data

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