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In Cybersecurity and Fashion, What’s Old Is New Again

Cybersecurity continues to grapple with distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks and zero-day threats. In 2023, a significant increase in such attacks was noted, often targeting internet of things (IoT) devices because of their vulnerabilities and lack of regulatory controls. As we move into 2024, cybersecurity professionals must bolster defenses by employing scalable infrastructures, redundancy, traffic monitoring, anomaly detection and deploying network security measures to contend with the growing risk of DDoS attacks and zero-day exploits.

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