International

How DDoS Attacks Impact the International Cybersecurity Landscape

In the vast world of cybersecurity, one phenomenon continues to pose significant threats globally – Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. This type of cyber-attack disrupts the regular functioning of a network, service or server by overwhelming it with internet traffic. In recent years, DDoS attacks have increased in frequency and intensity, creating a ripple effect across the international cybersecurity landscape. But how exactly do these attacks impact this arena? Through this article, we delve deeper into understanding this issue and its global implications for cybersecurity infrastructure. Understanding DDoS Attacks A Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attack occurs when multiple systems flood the bandwidth or resources of a targeted system, often one or more web servers. These attacks can be devastating as they disrupt the functionality of a website, causing significant downtime and financial losses. DDoS attacks are typically carried out using “botnetsR... Read more

Serbia makes an inclusive vaccination

Very good news for migrants in Serbia, they have been included in the vaccine campaign for the fight against Corona Virus, this pandemic that has been ramping for more than a year and has made enough victims. In these beginnings of the year 2021 it has already done enough dead and thus pushed several states in the confinement. Is it really an inclusion, and how was it possible? Effective fight against CVIV-19 Since the advent of the Corona Virus, several states have tried in their way of finding an effective solution for the sole purpose of preserving the health of their population. Thus, Serbia, which is part of the European Vaccination Champions on the European continent, has recently begun to vaccinate volunteers among the 5,000 migrants registered in the country. The goal is to vaccinate all resident migrants in Serbia to effectively combat coronavirus. Difficulties in the vaccination campaign Since the beginning of the epidemic, only 32 migrants have fallen sick, and currently 4 a... Read more