A major international insurer, AXA, has recently been the target of a cyber attack known as a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) originating from within Asia. This is not the first time AXA has faced such an attack, as they were previously targeted in 2017 by hackers based in South Korea. The most recent attack has caused disruption to online services offered by AXA and its subsidiaries, thus hindering customers’ access to their accounts. insurer axa ddos asiabased
In today’s ever-evolving digital world, cybersecurity is increasingly becoming a top priority for businesses across the globe. Unfortunately, even some of the most successful companies are not immune to cyberattacks. Recently, one of the largest insurers in Europe, AXA, fell victim to a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack originating from an Asia-based source. insurer axa ddos asiabased
The recent surge in cyber-attacks on major businesses has prompted global insurer AXA to take action. In response, the company recently announced plans to combat a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack from an Asia-based source. Such attacks can be especially damaging, as they involve multiple computers sending useless traffic to overwhelm a server or website, leading to disruption and outages for users and customers.