The Lesson of the GitHub DDoS Attack: Why Your Web Host Matters

Jun 25, 2018 - Adam Stern

Author: Adam Stern
, founder and CEO of Los Angeles-based hosting provider Infinitely Virtual.

Surviving a cyberattack isn't like weathering a Cat 5 hurricane or coming through a 7.0 earthquake unscathed. Granting that natural disasters too often have horrendous consequences, there's also a "right place, right time" element to making it through. Cyber-disasters – which can be every bit as calamitous in their own way as acts of nature – don't typically bend to the element of chance. If you come out the other side intact, it's probably no accident. It is, instead, the result of specific choices, tools, policies and practices that can be codified and emulated – and that need to [...][... Check source for end of article ...]
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